MOT Tester

Short Course Automotive

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Short Course
Subject Area
Not Applicable
Age Group

Wythenshawe Campus
(Short Course - 1 day)

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The DVSA have changed how existing MOT Testers maintain their authorised status. All MOT testers are now required to:

• Complete 3 Hours' annual training
• Pass an annual assessment
• Provide proof of training and assessment completion to DVSA
This course will enable you to complete the requirements of the annual training subjects as specified each year by DVSA. The course includes the annual training AND the mandatory annual assessment.
Existing Light Vehicle (classes 3, 4, 5, & 7) MOT nominated testers who wish to prepare for, and then complete, the DVSA MOT Annual Training and Annual Assessment.
Completing both the annual training and passing the annual assessment is required each year to maintain nominated tester status.
You will be able to:
• Understand the requirements of the subjects specified annually by DVSA.
• Understand the benefits of annual training.
• Complete the annual assessment.

You must be an existing Light Vehicle (classes 3, 4, 5, & 7) MOT nominated tester

The course consists of 1.5 hours teaching and a DVSA annual assessment

We offer a wide range of automotive and logistics courses. You can take your skills to another level with The Manchester College. Visit our Automotive and Logistics course area for more information.

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The cost of this course is £65.00. If you have any further queries, please contact us on 03333 222 444 or

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