MOT Qualification

MOT Tester Training

The Driver Standards Agency (DVSA) has changed the way MOT training is carried out. 

The changes are aimed at improving overall road and vehicle safety by increasing professionalism through the introduction of nationally recognised qualifications and a wider variety of training options. 

All MOT Testers MUST complete their MOT annual training assessment and a minimum of 3 hours continual professional development (CPD) between the start of April and March the following year. 

Annual CPD & Assessment

Entry Requirements
Existing MOT tester certificate holder.

Training and Education
A 3 hour training course together with passing an on-line assessment. Also including CPD Planning and Recording.

Annual Certification
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MOT Tester - Car

Entry Requirements
MOT Testing (Class 4 & 7)
Have a current and full UK driving license for the vehicle class they will be testing.
Hold a level 3 qualification as revised by the DVSA
Have no unspent convictions for criminal offences with the MOT testing scheme or the motor trade or involving acts of violence or intimidation.

Training and Education
Assessment is carried out over the intensive four day course incorporating both online tests and practical assessments.

This qualification enables the candidate to apply to undertake the DVSA final observed assessment to attain their certificate thus enabling them to become a nominated tester.
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MOT Manager

Entry Requirements
There is no entry requirements for this qualification.

Training and Education
Undertake 24 hours of training, a knowledge test, multiple choice with an online assessment.

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