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Make Money

As an NRVIA Certified RV Inspector

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““I am now averaging two phone calls or emails a day! I prefer to do only two inspections a week, because I like inspecting RVs and I don't want it to start feeling like work.”" - John Gaver

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There's a Need for more RV Inspectors!

If you have ever purchased a home, chances are very good that you had it inspected before you finalized the loan documents. It’s the same in the marine industry. You may have had a marine survey prior to purchasing a boat. You may have done the same thing when buying a used car by having a mechanic you trust check it over for potential problems.

Yes, inspectors need some technical skills

It does not take a rocket scientist to see a stain on the ceiling to know there is water coming in from somewhere. Nor does it take a lot of skill to ensure the appliances work, water comes on, the outlets deliver electricity, and there aren’t any holes in the roof.

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Men and women of all ages are taking training and starting RV inspection businesses

People would never buy a home without an inspection. It should reason they’d never buy a home on wheels without an inspection either. In fact, it’s probably even more important for someone to have an RV evaluated before buying it.

There is a HUGE Demand

for NRVTA Certified RV Technicians and NRVIA Certified Inspectors. This is a great time to learn the skills necessary to start your own independent mobile business and start making the money you deserve.

The NRVTA Certified RV Inspector program is 3 weeks of hands on training and testing. The National RV Training Academy is the ONLY TWC licensed trade school in the country endorsed by the Texas RV Association and focused on developing future small business owners.

Call 903-386-0444 to talk to a student advisor