Aqua-Hot Heating Systems will offer its certified technician training program on July 24 at the National Indoor RV Center (NIRVC) in Atlanta, Ga. The session counts for eight credit hours towards RVDA-RVIA certification/recertification. To register visit www.aquahot.com/authorizedservicetraining.
According to a press release, the eight-hour training will focus on the 400 and 600 series of Aqua-Hot heating systems. The course covers hydronic heating principles of design, troubleshooting and diagnostic testing, diesel and LP burner maintenance and repair, and how to perform an annual check. An electrode adjustment tool, refractometer, identification badges and tags are included. Sessions are also held twice a month at Aqua-Hot’s Frederick, Colo., facility and periodically at regional training events.
According to the release, the training makes service and repair facilities eligible to become a factory authorized service center. Currently, there are more than 250 such centers across North America.
“NIRVC is a high-end coach dealership and Aqua-Hot is a natural fit,” said Todd Springs, National Indoor RV Center general manager. “We want our technicians to be as effective as possible, so we arranged this training and opened it to others in the region who might benefit.”