What is NRVIA?

NRVIA – The National RV Inspectors Association is an association that is partnered with the National RV Training Academy with a combined mission to provide education, testing, and certification resources for the RV inspection industry.

The association is based in Athens, Texas in a shared training facility with the National RV Training Academy, and has had a national membership presence since its inception on January 1, 2014.

Level 1 Certified RV Inspector Training – In addition to hands-on training options, the NRVIA accepts the NRVTA online training for the more experienced RVer or certified RV technician who has the desire to become a certified inspector.

Level 2 Certified RV Inspector Training – Inspectors will then be able to hone their skills and take their game to the next level through an intense advanced training course to offer more in-depth and higher price point inspections.

The most common requested inspection is a pre-purchase inspection for an RV buyer who is looking for a ‘home inspection’ on the RV they wish to purchase. Only NRVIA Certified Level 2 Inspectors are qualified to perform this type of inspection. Clients will verify these credentials using the NRVIA Inspector Locator before booking an inspection.

The Level 2 certification will announce the ability of the inspector to provide a non-biased, professional exam and reporting of the current condition of any recreational vehicle.

NRVIA Membership Provides:

  • Training and education exclusive to members only
  • The only certification in the RV inspection industry
  • Sample agreements, report sheets and other documents to use in your business
  • Advanced training opportunities
  • Continuing Education opportunities
  • Networking opportunities
  • National marketing promoting the RV inspection industry
  • Public Inspector directory for clients to find You

NRVIA works directly with the National RV Training Academy to support two different Level 1 Certified RV Inspector training options to get started. These options are explained on the next page.

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