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Cirrus Solutions opens Cirrus Learning Center in Reno

Cirrus Solutions opens Cirrus Learning Center in Reno

PALM CITY, Fla. — Cirrus Solutions announces the opening of the Cirrus Learning Center in Reno, Nev. This new training facility is equipped with the latest educational and training technologies, capable of accommodating up to 25 attendees per class. The CLC is currently is planning to partner and gain accreditation with the RVIA/RVTI once the new innovative accreditation program through the RVTI is available.

“This new facility represents a long-term vision for Cirrus and our ability to go beyond delivering just software and operating systems to our dealers. We are excited about the prospects of adding value to our dealer operations, partners as well as to dealership customers.” says Patrick West, president of Cirrus Solutions.

The CLC will specialize in:

  • RV Customer 101 Courses
  • New and Current RV Technician Certification Courses
  • Partner and Industry Training (including Vendors, Suppliers, and Manufacturers)
  • Cirrus Solutions DMS Dealers and End-Users

The CLC team is led by Sam Cruz, Director of Training. Sam brings 16 years of experience and knowledge in conceptualizing and implementing training programs for lean operational workflow in fleet and dealership service departments. Sam is a member of the RVTI Focus Group for curriculum and credentialing, Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, Certified Project Manager, Certified RV Technician.

SOURCE: Cirrus Solutions press release

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Rebecca Smith is a Wisconsin native currently living in Illinois with her husband, Eric, and two dogs, Maggie and Grace. She enjoys hiking, biking, kayaking and, of course, camping in cabins and park models.

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