RV Technical Institute Introduces New Program

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RV Technical Institute’s (RVTI) RV Service Technician Reengagement Program provides RV technicians with expired certifications with a way to transfer and renew certifications.

When RVTI took over the RV Industry RV Service Technician Certification program in 2020, all certified technicians at that time were instructed to transfer their certification to RVTI.

According to RVIA, many technicians have not yet transferred their certifications. The association said the new program will incentivize those who have not transferred certifications to do so before the end of the year.

The RVTI Board approved providing free Level 2 training and one attempt at the Level 2 test. RV technicians with an expired certification have access to this option until the end of 2024.

RVTI Vice President of Operations Sharonne Lee said,We want to make it easy for these technicians to get the training they need to bring these certifications back current.”

Program application materials include the expired certificate and the RVDA/RVIA or RVTI certification identification number.

To learn more about transferring certifications or to apply for the RV Service Technician Reengagement Program, click here.

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