Supplier Training to Commence in 16 Cities

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Truma technician training will take place across the United States. The supplier announced regional training program implementations in 16 cities to boost the network of Truma-certified service technicians.

The first round of training will kick off in Atlanta from March 5-7. Each session encompasses 12 hours over two days. Instructors will give classroom presentations on Truma AquaGo, Aventa, Combi and VarioHeat. Hands-on troubleshooting and repair will be available for the Aqua Go and Combi.

The supplier will provide two sessions at each location; however, technicians only need to complete one to achieve complete training. Technicians with a passing grade on a post-training evaluation will be certified to work on the included Truma products.

Truma-certified technicians will be qualified to perform high-level repairs, such as AquaGo mixing vessel replacements. Service centers with Truma-certified technicians will be added to Truma’s dealer partner map.

The supplier partnered with the RV Technical Institute (RVTI) to ensure a passing grade qualifies students for 12 hours of continuing education credits toward an RVTI recertification or Level 3 Appliances Specialist certification.

Truma will host training at:

  • Atlanta
  • San Antonio
  • Denver
  • Minneapolis
  • Baltimore
  • Kansas City, Missouri
  • Portland, Oregon
  • Buffalo, New York
  • San Diego
  • Boise, Idaho
  • Pittsburgh
  • Portland, Maine
  • San Francisco
  • New Orleans
  • Columbus, Ohio
  • Raleigh, North Carolina

For more information on available training click here.


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