RPT ? — What’s That?

 


RPT ? — What’s That?

Answer:

The Piano Technicians Guild Inc.

“RPT” stands for “Registered Piano Technician“.

This designation is conferred by a national USA organization called PTG, or Piano Technicians Guild.

PTG is recognized world-wide as the leading examination authority for Piano Technology and Piano Technicians, and as a provider of continuing education in Piano Technology through multiple, year-round venues through its main office in Kansas City, Kansas, and its many Chapters located throughout the USA.RPTs are also the teachers of Piano Technology for PTG.

The Piano Technicians Guild Website is: http://www.ptg.org

The best definition of “RPT” is found on this PTG website, on the page called “Becoming a Technician – What is a Registered Piano Technician?” — click below to go directly to that page:

The PTG Website is available to the Public for questions and research about pianos, their care and maintenance, piano technology, and piano history; multiple levels of information, as well as products and books and services are all available to the public through the on-line store.

RPTs, or Registered Piano Technicians, may be located world-wide through the PTG Website, or by calling the PTG office telephone at:

913-432-9975

PTG – Code of Ethics:

1. I will act honorably and in a professional manner.

2. I will render the best possible service under the circumstances, always keeping the best interests of my client in mind.

3. I will engage only in fair trade practices in the knowledge that I am reflecting the honesty and integrity for which the Piano Technicians Guild stands.

4. I will use the name and trademarks of the Piano Technicians Guild properly and will encourage others to do the same.

5. I will strive to upgrade my professional skills and I will encourage and help others to do the same.

6. I will promote, in any way that i can, good will toward my profession
and toward the music industry.

7. I will engage only in business practices that are in accord with the antitrust guidelines as set forth by the Piano Technicians Guild.

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