The RV Technical Institute (RVIA), a cornerstone in the RV industry, has recently introduced a pivotal course to its technician training curriculum.
This course, titled “Introduction to RV-C,” is designed to equip technicians with the knowledge and skills to understand and utilize RV-CAN (RV-C), a diagnostic tool that’s becoming increasingly essential in the RV industry.
The RV-C course is not just another addition to the curriculum; it’s a testament to the evolving nature of the RV industry. As RVs become more technologically advanced, the tools and techniques used to diagnose and repair them also need to evolve.
The introduction of the RV-C course is a step in that direction, ensuring technicians are equipped with the latest diagnostic tools and techniques, as per the News & Insights report of the RV Industry Association (RVIA).
The course covers a wide range of topics, from the basics of RV-C to its physical layer and operation. It also introduces technicians to the software tools associated with RV-C, ensuring a comprehensive understanding of the tool.
This course was developed in collaboration with industry giants, emphasizing its importance and relevance in today’s RV market.
The RV industry has been witnessing a surge in demand, especially post-pandemic. With this increased demand, the need for skilled technicians who can diagnose and repair RVs efficiently has also grown.
The RV-C course, therefore, is a timely addition, ensuring that technicians are equipped with the latest diagnostic tools and techniques.
The RV-C course is now available for a fee of $100. It’s an entirely online course, taking approximately six hours to complete. Moreover, it counts towards Level 3 certification for electrical specialty, making it a valuable addition to a technician’s credentials.