RVDA-RVIA Technician Certification Program Ends Specialty Certifications
Specialty Online Courses Will Continue
Specialty Certifications for RV technicians are being eliminated following recent action by the RV Service Technician Certification Governing Board. Meeting on May 24, the board voted unanimously for the motion to end Specialty Certifications, often referred to as the right side of the career ladder. This action was taken due to low participation in the Specialty Certifications since they began in 2012. The Specialties were plumbing, appliances, electrical systems, chassis and body. Traditional RV technician certification remains unchanged. more
RV Technician Certification Program
Applying for certification? Read the important information below.
The ProctorU system is now in place and testing is available. Information on testing requirements can be accessed from the links below. Once you have submitted an application for testing you will be required to schedule and complete your online test within four weeks. Click on the links above to access forms and additional information. How it works - learn how the ProctorU site will be used for the testing process.
For specific technical requirements, please visit: http://www.proctoru.com/tech.php.
Verify your computer - there are two verifications that need to be completed before you can take a test. Please read the document and run both tests to ensure your computer is compatible and ready for testing.
The RVDA-RVIA RV Service Technician Certification Program is designed to assist the RV industry and the public in identifying those professionals who have demonstrated the knowledge and ability to satisfy established standards in RV diagnostic and repair procedures. Technicians achieve a highly recognized level of certification by moving from the registered level to a certified level in a two step process.
Take a free assessment test here: http://www.rvst.org/candidate/Index.html
Want to be recognized for your certification? Have your dealership GM sign the authorization form and submit to RVDA. The news releases only list the technician's name and certification status (certified technician or master certified technician) Company name is not included. Only certified level designations are eligible for the recognition program.