Recreation Vehicle

Interested in a career where you are trained in just about every trade?

The RV Service Technician program includes Electrical, Plumbing, Carpentry, Joinery, Refrigeration, Gas Fitting, Appliance Repair and much more all wrapped into one program.  This program is an internationally-renowned program that provide the training and skills required in the servicing and repair of recreation vehicles. It provides students a chance to broaden their horizons and learn about everything from propane fitting to welding, carpentry to electrical systems. Graduates are in high demand – one of the reasons the program was just recognized by the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association for its contributions.

Learn to work on people's dreams while building a future as an RV Technician Journey person.  

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Program Details:
 28 weeks  
Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 3:00 pm  

Outcome:   Graduates of this program will receive credit for Level 1 Apprenticeship technical training and may also be granted practical credit from the Industry Training Authority.

Employment Opportunities:  As part of an expanding service industry, this career provides not only a high level of employment, but great opportunities for mobility. 
Employment may be found with recreation vehicle dealers, manufacturers and repair facilities throughout North America. Check out this link)  
           

 



 

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North America

Become part of one of the fastest growing and most diverse trades. Since 2000, the RV trade has been approved as an inter-provincial trade and our entry level program has been accepted as meeting the requirements for the US RV Certification standards. This means that someone entering the trade could apply for work anywhere in North America. Think of the possibilities.

 
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