RVers Developing Their RV Technician Skills for Self - Campgrounds - Inspections

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Workamper News, the number one resource helping great RVers find great jobs in great places in partnership with Mobile RV Academy, educating the RV consumer and professional announces four training locations for The RV Maintenance Technician for Campgrounds course. During these five day courses, Terry Cooper - The Texas RV professor will be training his students to diagnose and deal with 80% of the issues RVs develop that are easy to access and easy to fix.

Workamper News, Inc. serving the Workamping RVer for over 25 years in partnership with the Mobile RV Academy is producing four training events over the fall of 2013. Each will be a live five day course with hands on training. The five training weeks and locations are:

September 23rd - 27th, 2013 in Monument, Colorado at the Colorado Heights Resort
October 14th - 18th, 2013 in Heber Springs, Arkansas at the Wagon Circle RV Park
November 11th - 15th, 2013 in Indio, California at the Shadow Hills RV Resort
November 18th - 22nd, 2013 in Mesa, Arizona at the Mesa Spirit RV Resort

Due to increased demand for professional training in the RV industry, Terry Cooper, the Texas RV Professor, RVDA/RVIA Master Certified RV Technician and professional instructor/trainer has created this live five day hands on training course. The RV Maintenance Technician for Campgrounds course started out to train Workampers with technical skills to improve their marketability to future campground employers. After the Spring 2013 sessions, many students took the course for their personal use to care for their own RV. Some are marketing themselves as Campground Technicians to future employers and many are taking their skills and becoming RV Inspectors and starting their own small businesses.

Each course has a limited number of seats so the Professor can create a strong training environment. During the five days, each student will receive training in these five key RV systems: Electrical; Propane; Water systems - sewer and fresh; RV appliances, air conditioners, water heaters, furnaces and refrigerators; and RV exterior systems.

Along with the technical training, students interested in developing their own RV Inspection business will have live course modules available during the training week.

To gain RV Technician skills for your own use - for the campground job - to start your own inspection business visit: http://www.workamper.com/cgtech to learn more about the training and to register your seat.

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