MOT Annual Refresher Training

Maintaining MOT Tester status

From April 2016 all current and new MOT testers will be required to record a minimum of 3 hours training annually, and a minimum of 16 hours over a rolling five year period. Each year DVSA will publish a syllabus in January that will cover the requirements for the following year (April to end March). In addition, they will need to pass an online MOT annual assessment – if they wish to remain an MOT tester. The individual will be required to maintain a log of the annual training and evidence of completing this test- which may be checked at any time by DVSA. Failure to maintain the required training or achieve an acceptable score in the annual test may result in their Tester Status being withdrawn.

What you need to do

To keep your MOT tester status, every tester will have to do at least three hours training between the start of April and the end of March the following year annually. Lancaster Training Services Ltd can deliver the Annual MOT refresher Training, and the online testing, for up to 9 candidates at a time.

The April 2019 to March 2020 annual training syllabus for Class 3,
4, 5 and 7 vehicles will cover the following subject areas:

  • Update to manuals and testing procedures
  • Brakes, axles, wheels, tyres and suspension
  • Body structure and attachments
  • Lamps, reflectors and electrical equipment
  • Other equipment

Course dates

  • 23rd October 2019
  • 18th December 2019

… more to follow

This package includes 3 hours of training, handouts, the online assessment, and a certificate of learning (for CPD) all for £75 + VAT per delegate.
For more details and to book your course call 01524 858326 or email before the March 2020 deadline

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