1. The RV Industry Is Still Growing

    Prior to the commercialization of some of the first motorized campers in 1910, Americans camped and explored out of private railcars. The earliest rendition of today’s recreational vehicle lacked the amenities modern buyers have come to expect, but they allowed campers freedom to travel away from the train routes and still have a comfortable night’s sleep. Since then, the RV lifestyle has cont…Read More

  2. Why Attend A Vocational Trade School?

    For many high school or GED graduates, a four-year college degree may seem like the only post-secondary education option, either because they feel as if they are expected to attend or because they assume a four-year degree will equate to more job security or a higher future income. While there are many benefits of a four-year degree, this is not the only opportunity open to these graduates. Enroll…Read More

  3. Welcome to RVSA’s Blog

    All of us at Recreational Vehicle Service Academy would like to welcome you to our blog. RVSA is the institute for you if you’re interested in studying to become a recreation vehicle technician; after all, most short-term RV training school programs are modeled after ours. Our Florida academy boasts over five thousand square feet of RV maintenance and repair equipment as well as a dedicated staf…Read More