In line with Go RVing’s mission to help RV Industry Association News & Insights report.consumers, the Go RVing Board of Directors last week approved to allocate $2 per seal assessment to cover costs associated with hiring more techs to aid in the growth of the market, according to an
The funds will go towards the(RVTI) to help them ramp up recruiting new techs in 2022. Earlier this week, the RVIA Board of Directors and the National Association Board of Directors supported the new funds.
“Since the inception of RVTI, thehas made a multimillion-dollar investment into service training through the ,” said RVIA President & CEO Craig Kirby.
“With the foundation of the RVTI program built over the past two years, the team is now turning its focus to recruiting new techs into the. With this new investment from Go RVing, the RVTI team will be able to deliver on its commitment to improve the consumer experience by training and recruiting more techs to service the millions of on the road today and tomorrow.”
The dealer community is fully invested in training and improving the service experience of every RVer,” said National Dealer’s Association President Phil Ingrassia.
“Thehas seen incredible growth, and it is more critical than ever to ensure there is an adequate number of trained service to service our millions of new customers.”
Next year, RVTI plans to recruit at the very least 1,000 new government training programs.from outside of the . The process will involve an extensive marketing campaign and collaborations with other organizations outside of the field, such as trade schools, high schools, and even
RVTI will also make it easier to implementtraining by introducing a service that will make training more convenient and cost-effective for . They will also work together with the existing throughout the to ensure at least one trained from RVTI in 750 .