MOT Training

MOT Training

It’s not an option, if you want to become an MOT tester, you will need the training and you can find it all right here.

  • Working safely within a vehicle test centre.
  • Communicating with colleagues and customers.
  • How to manage and maintain their CPD.
  • Carrying out pre-test checks.
  • Carrying out an MOT test.
  •  Developing staff and how to manage driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) test centre quality audits.
  •  Managing legislative and compliance requirements of a vehicle test centre.
  •  Managing the service offered to customers.

This will be required if you don’t currently have a recognised level 3 qualification.  You will cover:

  • Brakes. 
  • Suspension. 
  • Steering. 
  • Wheels and tyres. 
  • Emissions. 
  • Electrics.

• Understanding and use of new testers manual.

• Improvement of test quality, using information from annual and initial
assessments as well as information from compliance examination.

• Use of Test Quality Information as well as how to ensure that users
details are kept up to date on the MOT Testing Service.