As a student in the Marine and Recreational Vehicle Technology Program, you have a unique advantage upon graduation. You’ll learn the ins and outs of the marine side and the land side of recreational vehicles. Where else can you get that in a single program? To put it briefly, you’ll be learning logical diagnostic procedures and effective repair methods for a variety of recreational vehicles including but not limited to:
The program is part of the Yamaha Marine University and includes training with modern test equipment and specialized tools that replicate real working environments. The J-Tech shop provides a multi-level approach using computerized diagnostic information systems, system specific specialty tools, electronic circuit testing tools and meters, and air conditioning charging and recovery equipment. This will help ensure that when you graduate, you’ll be ready to pass the ABYC Certification exam.
At J-Tech, we work best when we’re hands-on. We believe the best training comes from learning in a realistic environment. Our laboratory settings are designed to represent the actual shop environments you could expect to find working in the industry. Find out if career training in Marine and RV Technology is right for you by taking the quiz below.
This fun, online quiz takes 3 minutes to complete and you’ll get a personalized report of the results.
With this unique program you get an in-depth and behind the scenes look at both the RV field as well as the Marine field. After graduation you can choose to stick to one of these or to specialize in both, depending on how many hours you would like to work. Below we outline some figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics:
Marine Systems Specialist
Marine Systems Technician
Have a personal interview with an Admissions Representative. This is your chance to get all of your questions answered about the program you’re interested in.
Complete and submit all required forms including the enrollment agreement, payment of the application fee, and a meeting with the Campus Leadership Team.
J-Tech will determine your eligibility on the basis of educational background, personal interview, and commitment to becoming a working graduate.
Meet with a Financial Aid Officer to determine your financial aid eligibility and options.
Graduates of J-Tech’s Marine and RV Technology Program acquire the entry-level skills necessary for a career as a marine or a recreational vehicle service technician. You will be working hands-on, learning diagnostics and repair as well as learning the soft skills required to be successful in your career. Learn to disassemble and reassemble the entire power train of a unit from the head and block to the trim system.
Step 1: experience what J-Tech is all about. You may be asking yourself: Can I do this? Can I afford to pay for this? Is J-Tech the right place to do it? The best way to get these questions answered, and more, is to come check us out. Pick a date and time, and we’ll do the rest!