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Recreational Vehicle (RV) Inspector Program:

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 49-3092.00 Recreational Vehicle Service Technician is an occupation that diagnoses, inspects, adjusts, repairs, or overhauls recreational vehicles. Within the occupation, the RV technician may specialize in various aspects of RV maintenance or inspection of gas, electrical, hydraulic, plumbing, or chassis/towing systems as well as repairing generators, appliances, and interior components.

RV Inspector Training Courses

Full Program Length: 3 weeks / 128 hours

Once an individual has achieved the foundational training from the RV Inspector or RV Technician curriculums, the student can advance their inspection skills in the areas of propane, electrical, plumbing, fire & life safety, weight knowledge, and other technical skills as outlined in the RV Service Training Council. The Advanced RV Inspector curriculum provides a comprehensive focus on evaluating and reporting operational status of the RV systems found in today's RVs. NOTE: The Certified RV Inspector Exam is administered by NRVIA.

Required Courses:

RV Inspector Training Courses

Once an individual has achieved the foundational training from the RV Inspector or RV Technician curriculums, the student can advance their inspection skills in the areas of propane, electrical, plumbing, fire & life safety, weight knowledge, and other technical skills as outlined in the RV Service Training Council. The Advanced RV Inspector curriculum provides a comprehensive focus on evaluating and reporting operational status of the RV systems found in today's RVs.

NOTE: The Certified RV Inspector Exam
is administered by NRVIA

Full Program Length: 3 weeks / 128 hours

Required Courses:


Optional Courses:

Whether the student is an RV Technician, RV Inspector, or RV Owner, these courses help develop the skills of organization, technology, and leadership to starting a business and maintaining a successful business model.