MOT AND INDUSTRY RELATED
We are now accredited to deliver the new updated standards in MOT Tester and Manager qualifications
To become a tester for class 3, 4,5 or 7 vehicles, applicants must have an appropriate qualification (see Test Eligibility form below for details).
From September 2016 any NEW MOT managers, (previously known as Quality Controllers), will have to sit and pass a new MOT Manager course.
From April 2016, the DVSA have replaced the currently suspended MOT Tester refreshers training courses with annual training and an assessment.
MOT Related Courses
ATA Level 3 Light Vehicle Inspection Technician (3 days)
ABC Level 2 Award in MOT Testing (Classes 4 and 7) (4 days)
ABC Level 3 Award in MOT Test Centre Management (2 days)
MOT CPD Training 2020-21
Classroom Based Learning
The DVSA do not deliver the new annual CPD training or assessments, this is delivered through ourselves as an approved MOT training provider. The original 5 year refresher course has be abolished.
All testers will have to complete the new MOT annual training and assessment in order to maintain testing status.
The new process will follow a continual professional development (CPD) model with testers required to complete training and pass an assessment every year for the vehicle classes that they test. The contents of the CPD requirements are decided each year by the DVSA.
If you require more information before booking please call 01482 353022.
Please Note: For most of our courses you do need a full UK Driving Licence and this will be checked on the Government website.