RV Generators, the next course offered in the RV Technician Distance Learning Program, begins March 18 and runs through May 5. The cost for the course is $125.
According to a press release, the course, which is supported by the Pennsylvania RV and Camping Association (PRVCA) and Northampton Community College, provides the students a very detailed look
into the idiosyncrasies of the voltage and power-producing device. Understanding that mechanical motion, including mechanical adjustments has a direct electrical result helps students through the nuances of this
sometimes difficult-to-understand machine. Generator sizing, installation, troubleshooting, repair and maintenance are all studied.
“The program is designed for someone who wants to go all the way as an RV technician,” Ron Donachie, the program’s instructor states. “If you want to become a certified tech, this is the way to do it.” The online course requires hands-on assignments and quizzes and allows students to interact with the instructor and other participants. The best part is, students can log-on any time, day or night. “This is more than just watching step by step instructions in a training video,” Donachie says. “You get the training needed to become an RV tech.”
Tuition cost is $125 and employees of PRVCA members will receive a 50% reimbursement on tuition and
textbooks upon successful completion of the course. Completion earns participants 48 RV Technician Recertification Credit hours.
To register for the courses, visit https://lifelearn.northampton.
password. If you have any trouble registering for the course, call Northampton Community College at 877-543-0998.
To purchase the textbooks required for the course, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 888-303-2887. The courses materials are supported by the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) and feature competency-based instruction, assignments and testing. For more information on the courses and instructor, Ron Donachie, visit www.ronsmobilerv.com.