RV Electricity Technician Training

Nov 7, 2019 | Education & Training

When

December 11, 2019
Wednesday

Where

Keystone Automotive
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Time

Wednesday: 
9am – 4pm

Lunch included
This Session is valued at $300, FREE to PRVCA members

This training session will give you the basics of electricity; including voltage, amperes, resistance, current and wattage. Learn how AC and DC electricity is used in RVs, the causes of Hot-Skin/Stray-Voltage and how to test for it, RV battery technologies and how they work, and Shore Power. This session will also discuss converters, inverters, battery chargers, float chargers/tenders, Generators, onboard and portable, neutral bonding, transfer switches, and finish up with electrical system maintenance.

This training is perfect for RV technicians of all skill levels!

* RV technicians are asked to bring their own meter and writing utensil

HURRY! Only 30 spaces are available for this training.

Please return this form to Megan McClain at [email protected] or by faxing 717-303.0297 no later than November 26, 2019

About the Insturctor

Mike Sokol has been a live-sound, recording, and design engineer for over 38 years as well as a musician for 50 years who has run sound for thousands of Worship, Music, and Political events. In addition to teaching audio production at all levels, he’s been a contributing editor for magazines such as Church Productions, EQ, Electronic Musician, and Mix, as well as a technical consultant to Apple Computer and Microsoft.

During the past ten years, he’s presented over 600 seminars and Hands-On Workshops across North America at Churches, recording schools, universities, and professional audio organizations such as the Audio Engineering Society, the Society of Broadcast Engineers and NARAS (Grammy Awards Group).

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