RV Tech Training Center, Inc. Training Tomorrows Technicians TODAY
This is a hands on course, you will need to bring basic tools. These tools are necessary for the shop/labs, so please have them available for your use. These are WHAT you will need during the course.
Test Equipment: VOM AC/DC Current, Voltage,OHMs, Frequency and Capacitance. Low Pressure Manometer LP Gas sniffer. Thermometer... Digitial or Analog Propane Test appartus (we have available for a fee)
Battery Service: Battery cleaner brush/tool Hydrometer Battery terminal puller Safety Glasses (required for all shop activities)
Screwdrivers: Phillips and Flat Short and long 1/4" Nut driver set Metric and SAE Square Drive Torx (various sizes)
Wrenches: Allen wrench assortment Metric & SAE 1/4" drive set Metric & SAE 1/4" to 7/8" SAE Adjustable 8" 10" 12" 3/8 sockets SAE & metric
Pliers: Vice Grips Diagonal cutters Linesman Wire stripper Crimping tools Slip joint Channel lock Needle nose Flare wrenches various sizes
Miscellaneous: Safety glasses..MUST be worn during all shop activities. Groundfault and GFCI Tester Electrical Tape & Liquid electricl tape Utility knife Flaring tool set with double flare capability Flashlight Assorted scrapers....metal and plastic Tubing cutter close and regular Hacksaw regular and close quarter
Throughout the 10 week course, students receive training on RV systems. These include Electrical (DC/AC), LP Systems, Hydraulics, Refrigerators, Heating and A/C, Plumbing, Generators to mention a few. Our hands-on training provides students with real world troubleshooting skills. Upon graduation you will receive RV Tech Training Center Certified RV Technician designation.
RV Tech Training encourages dealers to send their technicians to our school for certification. We also provide continuing education,and re-certification training.