FMCA, an international association for RV owners, has added to its education options by introducing FMCA University curriculum.
According to a press release, the curriculum is an extension of the online FMCA University Library launched in July 2018. The library holds a vast array of technical and lifestyle articles to enhance RV adventures and help RV owners debug problems encountered along the way.
FMCA University curriculum allows RV owners to put the knowledge they’ve gained to the test by taking quizzes related to various articles. Participants progress to higher levels as quizzes are completed, while earning badges, certificates, and rewards along the way. FMCA reported that the curriculum will continue to grow.
“Education has been a core value for FMCA since the association started in 1963. Information exchange has occurred via the FMCA magazine, at FMCA conventions, and through members in chapters sharing their knowledge,” FMCA President Jon Walker said. “Online learning is a perfect way for FMCA to further its mission of education for RVers.”
FMCA University is an exclusive benefit for association members.
“The beauty of the online learning opportunity is its convenience. Members have access to the material 24/7 and can select the topics that interest them most and then proceed at their own pace,” said Dan Ball, FMCA director of membership and marketing.
To learn more about FMCA or to join, visit FMCA.com. Membership in FMCA costs $60 for the first year and $50 per year thereafter, with discounted rates available for multiyear memberships.