RV Learning Center Highlights Online Training

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Virtual training sessions abound as the new year gets underway, the RV Learning Center stated. As in-person opportunities are not easily available right now, the center stated digital training provided a “safe and cost-effective way” to educate essential dealership personnel.

Current training offerings include:

Service Writer/Advisor (SWA) Online Course Offered Through the RV Learning Center

The Mike Molino RV Learning Center’s Service Writer/Advisor (SWA) Online Course provides critical front-line dealership personnel with foundational skills they need to create loyal customers and help improve repair event cycle time (RECT). The SWA Online Course includes instruction on:

  • Improving customer satisfaction
  • Organizing and managing appointments and workflow
  • Generating additional services and revenue
  • Coordinating with technicians and other departments
  • Administrating and operating effectively
  • Building trust and rapport

The course includes a timed, comprehensive final assessment that will help service writers/advisors to achieve professional certification through the RV Learning Center, for a separate fee. The per-person course registration fee is $150. To learn more about the fully interactive course and view a course demo, visit the RV Learning Center website www.rvlearningcenter.com.


FRVTA Distance Learning Network

The Florida RV Trade Association (FRVTA) and Mike Molino RV Learning Center partner to provide online video-based training for dealership personnel through FRVTA’s Distance Learning Network (DLN). A one-year subscription to the program costs $995 per dealership location. A discount is given for multiple dealerships of five or more.

Educational courses offered through the DLN include:

  • Level 1 Training – Covers propane, electricity, plumbing, and PDI. This matches the Level One content produced by the RV Technical Institute. This is a foundational course and is a prerequisite to Level 2 Training.
  • Level 2 Training – Covers water heaters, furnaces, ranges/cooktops, refrigerators, air conditioners, generators, brakes, suspension, towing, hydraulics, and RV body. This matches the Level Two content produced by the RV Technical Institute.
  • Advanced-Manufacturer Specific Classes
  • Service Advisor
  • RV Receptionist Class

For more information visit: http://rvtraining.fgc.edu/.


PRVCA Offers Advanced F&I Training

Protective Asset Protection’s Paul Sheldon will offer the webinar “Advanced F&I Training: Getting to 80%” from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. ET Jan. 21. The program is free for Pennsylvania RV & Camping Association (PRVCA) members and $25 for non-members.

The webinar will cover steps dealerships can take to move closer to the 80 percent service agreement penetration goal. Topics include keys to developing a process that unlocks the door to greater sales and steps to make sure every customer understands that a service contract will enhance their ownership experience. The deadline to register is Jan. 15. For more information, click here.

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