Recreational Vehicle (RV) Service Technician Apprenticeship Program

RV service technicians are typically employed at RV dealerships, independent RV repair shops, RV manufacturers and may also be self-employed.  They may work at indoor shops and outdoors at RV sites. Learn more about the Application Process for Apprenticeship Technical Training.

The 3 levels of the apprenticeship program are listed below:

Level 1 (8 weeks)

  • Perform safety-related activities
  • Use tools and equipment
  • Perform common work practices
  • Service water systems
  • Service electrical systems
  • Service liquid petroleum (LP) gas systems
  • Service water heaters
  • Service furnaces
  • Service cooktops and ovens
  • Service refrigerators
  • Service air conditioners, refrigeration and heat pumps
  • Service chassis and mechanical components
  • Service towing systems

Level 2 (8 weeks)

  • Service electrical systems
  • Service liquid petroleum (LP) gas systems
  • Service water heaters
  • Service furnaces
  • Service cooktops and ovens
  • Service refrigerators
  • Service air conditioners (A/C), refrigeration and heat pumps
  • Service exterior and interior components

Level 3 (8 weeks)

  • Perform common work practices
  • Service electrical systems
  • Service air conditioners (A/C), refrigeration and heat pumps
  • Service exterior and interior components
  • Service chassis and mechanical components
  • Service towing systems