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Screen Shot 2017-02-08 at 2.27.07 PMThe Mobile RV Academy has released its 2017 schedule for its five-day RV technician apprenticeship training program.

According to a press release, for the last five years Mobile RV Academy has traveled across the U.S. training RV technicians, RV inspectors and campground RV maintenance technicians. This year’s sessions include:

Day 1: RV electrical systems

• Understanding the three RV electrical systems.

• Direct current circuits and their applications.

Day 2: RV electrical systems continued

• Alternating Current circuits and their applications.

• Learning to use the volt ohm meter with troubleshooting tips and short cuts with hands-on labs.

Day 3: Propane and water system

Propane System & Leak Testing with hands-on labs.

The two RV water systems.

Day 4: RV appliances

• Refrigerators – How they work and how to troubleshoot the most common issues.

• Air Conditioners – How they work and the things to do to improve operations.

• Hands-on labs on both appliances

Day 5: RV Appliances continued

• Water heaters – the two major brands and how they heat and maintain water temperature.

• Furnaces – the three major brands, how they function and troubleshooting the most common issues.

• Hands-on labs on appliances.

• RV exterior systems – Slideouts and leveling systems, roofs & sidewalls, and the most common problems.

The cost for each student to attend the five-day training and receive a certificate of complete, training manuals of the course material, NRVIA test procedure clipboard and the bonus tools is $1,644.00. lodging and meals are NOT included in this price

To maximize the hands-on learning experience, students should bring an RV that they can utilize as their lodging and also their labs.

Upcoming Training dates currently scheduled in are in Texas:

• North Texas – Canton, Texas at Mill Creek RV Resort, Feb. 13-17 with a prep class on Feb. 18.

• South Texas – New Braunfels, Texas at Hill Country RV Park, March 20-24 with a prep class on March 25.

For additional information contact: Terry Cooper – The Texas RV Professor at 254 715- 7388 (cell) or by e-mail [email protected]