RV Tech Training Center, Inc.

The RV Industries Premier Tech Training Program


 RV Tech Training Center, Inc.



RV Tech Training Center, Inc. 
6519 123rd Ave N., Largo, FL 33773

President & Veteran: 
Sam Alsop: 727-418-2392

Office Manager / Storage / Admissions: 
Mark Laughlin: 727-906-2692

Master Tech & Veteran:
Proud Graduate of RVTTC!  
Ken Hernandez: 214-282-6644

Fall Class: Sept. 12, 2022

Please send us your completed enrollment package along with your non-renewable registration fee of $150.00. 
Please advise us of any changes so we may have an accurate count for class.  

If you would like to schedule a tour, 
please call: 
Office - 727-906-2682 
Mobile -727-804-8362

RV Tech Training Center, Inc. 
Our mission is to provide the RV Industry with highly qualified Mobile RV Technicians."

We accomplish this by providing a program that combines classroom and labs with hands-on diagnostic techniques. Our first five weeks of RV training is basic RV technologies in class followed with basic hand-on training.  Our second five weeks involve classroom advanced RV technology with hands-on training in labs and RV's (onsite and occasionally off-site).


Send your High school, GED, or College transcript required or bring to the first day of RV Tech Training Center, Inc. class.  If you have any questions, please call Ken Hernandez, mobile: 214-282-6644.

(TCC-1) 10 weeks

Lesson 1   Mobile RV Business
Lesson 2   RV History 
Lesson 3   General Tools, Equipment, and Safety
Lesson 4   RV LP SYSTEMS 
Lesson 5   Basic Electricity 
Lesson 6   RV Plumbing System
Lesson 7   Appliance    
Lesson 8   WATER HEATERS  
lesson  9   HEATING SYSTEMS   
Lesson 14 PDI (PRE-DELIVERY INSPECTION) & General Maintenance  

Bay Area school trains mobile RV techs to b entrepreneurs

By FOX 13 News Staff I Published July 16, 2022 1:21PM I Pinellas County I FOX 13 News

RV tech school

Many people are hitting the open road in a camper this summer and a Bay Area school is teaching RV technicians how to help if it breaks downLARGO, Fla. - Students at a Pinellas County school are learning more than just tools of the trade, they are learning how to run their own business.

RV Tech Training Center specializes in training mobile techs to go out into the real world and start their own business.

"Our goal is actually focused on the mobile techs and not just techs that go into a dealership. All of our students are going into business for themselves where they will be helping people out that have broken down or in RV parks and they can't

get their RV into a dealership, so the mobile tech has to go out and run everything as if they are the dealership. They're just on wheels," shared Kenneth Hernandez the lead instructor at RV Tech Training Center.


Hernandez is a former student who operated his own business as a mobile tech.

American RV Rescue LLC. Which is licensed in both Texas and Florida.

"I am actually a proud graduate of the school," he said, "I came through a couple of years ago and now I'm back instructing other mobile techs."

He's not just any former student, Hernandez is a retired veteran who was looking for a second chapter in life.

"Educating the veterans and giving them another life when they come out is very important to us," Hernandez said. "So, when they retire out of the service or they just left a branch, they're able to come here. It's paid for by the G.I. Bill. The military will actually pay for them to come to this school and get certified. We provide an avenue and the hope and from the love of humanity and helping them, they get to take it and run with it."

During the 10-week program, students are taught everything from how to start the business, how to run their business, tools they need and how to be a certified mobile tech with the state.

"When summer's coming up, 80% of what we do is going to be AC-driven, where we're getting into the AC's, they're breaking down," Hernandez said. "We always have to have a multi-meter with us because everything is a lot of electric. So, they have to test the AC's. They have to clean them and get them ready for the season."

When the season begins to change and fall is in the air, the techs switch over to furnaces and heaters in the RVs.                                        

"Within there, you still have your refrigerators, your water heaters, your plumbing, just like in a house and when people are traveling, anything can break," Hernandez explained.

Since they are essentially creating small businesses, the RV Tech Training Center recognizes that students are coming to them looking for something more than just an education.

"The students come here with a hope; the hope is to develop a better skill set, a better life," shared Hernandez.

In providing those skills, the mission side of RV Tech Training Center comes to life.

"This gives us a hope of doing something," admitted Hernandez, "(Students) being able to have independence. It gives them a sense of pride."