The Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) reported that a surge in registrations has ensured that the March 9-13 trouble shooter clinic in Elkhart, Ind., will be held as originally scheduled.
“This will preserve an important industry training venue,” said Mel Adams, chairman of the RV Service Technicians Council. “The Trouble Shooter Clinics provide participants an opportunity to obtain continuing education credits for recertification.”
RVIA said that participants in the March clinic will learn how to diagnose and correct malfunctions in all major systems found in today’s recreational vehicles. Core courses include basic electricity, propane gas and consumer care along with product-specific courses.
Although the early bird deadline has passed, space remains available for technicians wishing to participate. Visit www.rvia.org or call the RVIA Education Department at (703) 620-6003 ext. 355. Download the registration form and brochure.