Today starts the first of several five-day hands-on live training events scheduled for 2013 offered by Workamper News, Inc. and Texas-based Mobile RV Academy.
Twenty attendees have gathered together to participate in an intense training session being held at Wagon Circle RV Park located just outside the resort area of Greers Ferry Lake at Heber Springs, Ark., home to Workamper News, Inc.
“Coming from Canada and throughout the United States, these individuals are Workampers, park owners/operators and folks wanting to raise their skills level.” says, Terry Cooper – a RVDA/RVIA master certified RV service technician and instructor, who also owns Mobile RV Academy. “When they leave here at the end of this week, they will be trained on resolving the most common RV maintenance issues that the RV enthusiast will deal with while staying in RV parks.”
“Campgrounds only have time and space to rent. When RV maintenance issues arise, campgrounds will now have an opportunity to have a skilled ‘campground RV tech’ to help those distressed RVers which equates to keeping those dollars in park. This new program will give the participating campground a special edge over the competition,” Cooper adds.
June 3 to 7 is the next scheduled RV Tech for Campgrounds Program which will also be held in Heber Springs. Then, the next session takes place Sept. 23 to 27 in Monument, Colo., as both events are being held in area RV resort campgrounds.
Workamper News, a subscriber-based company that helps connect Workampers (people who live in an RV and work) to potential employers. Mobile RV Academy is a professional onsite training academy, specializing in RV maintenance education.
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