Become an expert in miner repairs to optimize your operations' profitability.
Enroll in our intensive 80-hour ASIC Repair Technician Certification I (ARTC I) Course. We're your one-stop destination to become a certified ASIC Repair Technician.
Min. 8 people
by Revolve Labs
You minimize your downtime and liability as you don't need to ship miners off-site and wait long periods for them to be repaired and sent back to you.
You also save money by not paying premiums to third-party repair companies.
With the Bitcoin halving just around the corner, now is the time to make your operations more profitable
Who is this course for?
Those who want to enhance their mining hardware knowledge
Individuals looking to increase their employability in a highly demanded emerging industry
What will you receive
after completing the course?
After successfully completing the training, you will receive a Certificate of Accomplishment from Revolve Labs. This certificate will enhance your credentials and improve your employability within the mining industry.
Where will you take the course?
Our world-class repair and training center is located in the crypto-friendly municipality of Colorado Springs, nestled within the Rocky Mountain region of the U.S.
Who will teach the course?
Experienced leaders in managing large-scale mining operations,
they’ve trained 100+ repair center technicians worldwide.
COO Revolve Labs
Trained dozens of repair center technicians worldwide on behalf of Bitmain, the leading ASIC hardware manufacturer. Several years of experience managing large-scale data center operations and running one of the world’s largest ASIC repair facilities.
Director of Repair Services at Revolve Labs
Josh served several years in the U.S. Army and has over 20 years of combined electronic repair and repair management experience. He has led troubleshooting and repair services for everything from military tanks and night-vision systems to combat vehicle simulators, biomedical equipment and airport security equipment. Josh is hands-on with repairs as he is managing our own ASIC repair center.