Recreational Vehicle Maintenance and
This curriculum is designed to prepare individuals to work as Recreational Vehicle Maintenance Technicians.
Course work includes electrical, air conditioning, water, heating, mechanical, LP gas systems and appliances on all types of recreational vehicles. Students will develop skills through classroom and shop/lab activities.
Graduates should qualify for employment as entry-level recreational vehicle service technicians, service writers, parts counter persons, service managers, factory field technicians or factory service representatives.
The following represents one way in which the program of study can be completed. Students who aren’t able to follow this plan should consult their academic advisor to be sure that they take courses in the best order for their success.
NC CIP: 47.0699
POS Approved: Fall 2012
|Course||Course Title||HOURS PER WEEK|
|Class||Lab/ Shop||Clinical/ Co-op||Credit|
|RVM 125||RV Electrical Systems||2||6||0||4|
|RVM 160||RV Water Systems||2||4||0||4|
|RVM 130||LP Gas Systems/Appliances||1||2||0||2|
|RVM 150||Air Conditioning Systems||1||2||0||2|
|RVM 180||Heating/Mechanical System||1||3||0||2|
|RVM 190||Interior/Exterior Coach||2||4||0||4|
Total Credit Hours: 18
- : Comprehensive Articulation Agreement - This course is recommended for students transferring to a four-year university.
- : Local Requirement
- : Instructional Service Agreement