NCC Approved Workshop Scheme

Travelworld are extremely proud to have achieved the coverted ‘AWS’ Approved Workshop accreditation, this is a joint enterprise between the NCC (National Caravan Council), The Caravan Club and the Camping and Caravanning Club. It is simply the benchmark for Motorhome and Caravan servicing.

The Approved Workshop Scheme is the ultimate benchmark for motorhome and caravan servicing – and many of the big dealerships are not accredited.

It means you can rest assured all of the work Erwin Hymer Centre Travelworld carries out on your beloved motorhome will be of the highest standard and, crucially, will not affect the warranty.

Many motorhome owners fail to realise the importance of using an approved workshop. Firstly, it ensures that only the best technicians are working on the vehicle, ensuring your safety. Secondly, using an accredited workshop gaurentees that the motorhome’s warranty remains valid.

Approved workshops such as Travelworld must pass an annual inspection by a team of independent assessors and then must prove each year that they comply with the rigorous standards.

Technicians must undergo constant training and product knowledge tests to ensure they are on top of their game.

Travelworld’s long-standing relationship with the scheme has led to us becoming an established preferred training facility, which means our Stafford base is used as a hub for training sessions with other dealerships.

As a member of the scheme, we promise to provide clear pricing, use genuine spare parts where available, contact you for authority for additional work and notify you in writing of faults which are not rectified.

It’s the ultimate peace of mind.

To find out more about Approved Workshops, visit Approved Workshops. 

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