MOT QC Check Template Updates – Our QC checks have had a fresh lick of paint.
We’ve spent the last couple of months re-building our mot QC check template process to add more functionality as well as making it easier to use.
Read on to find out performing QC checks on the MOT Juice system has become even easier.
How is that possible you say….
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TQI analysis tool is live!
We make it easy for tester to fulfil mandatory DVSA requirements with regards to TQI analysis and review.
Review this data (TQI) regularly and look into any unusual differences and record the outcome.
DVSA website – Using MOT test quality information: guidance for MOT testers – Published 10 October 2018
MOT Juice can download every testers test quality information automatically every month. Analyse the data and clearly show failure rate variance to national averages. It is easy for the tester to record reasons for variance and any action they need to take.
The MOT Juice management overview can see TQI review progress in detail including any action that is needed.
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Your complete training record is finally here!
Over the last 12 months, many of you have been asking for the ability to record all your historic and external training and exams within your MOT Juice accounts.
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TQI Guidance for MOT Managers
In October 2018, the DVSA published new MOT TQI Guidance for MOT managers explaining what information MOT testers and managers should regularly check.
It’s now a requirement that testers need to understand more about how to read their TQI data. The DVSA’s official guidance below explains how to view and interpret MOT test quality information and test logs for managers.
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Over the last few weeks, MOT Juice has been looking at how we can make our secure system even more… well, secure.
Here at MOT Juice, our aim to to take our understanding of new technologies and learning how we can apply them to the system you use on a daily basis to keep your MOT business at the forefront of DVSA compliance and risk mitigation.
Our newest update to our system has focused on enhanced security – most importantly, how you access your data.
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MOT tools and equipment and tools need to be kept in order. Here is our advice on how to keep prepared for a site visit
Barry Babister from MOT Juice provides guidance on how you should prepare your MOT for the inevitable DVSA site review with regards to your MOT tools and equipment.
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MUST READ: Diesel Emissions Testing Info
This week we are taking a look at the smoke limits for Diesel vehicles.
We will also be taking a look at the Euro emissions for Diesel and Petrol cars.
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Get Clued Up On This Year’s 2019-20 MOT Training Curriculum
We know you’ve only just recovered from the rush of last year’s DVSA Training & Assessment, but we wanted to give you a head start on next year’s 2019-20 MOT training curriculum
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DVSA Training and Assessment. Did you know that you have the whole year (April to March) to complete it?
In fact 2 of our testers have already completed and passed their Assessment for next year!
Why put yourself through that end of year pressure when you can make a start on your 3 hours of DVSA Training and Assessment today?
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How to stay qualified to test as an MOT Tester?
This blog will explain how to stay qualified to test if you are an MOT Tester. There are ONLY 4 things you need to do
- MOT Tester Annual Training
- Keep a record of your training
- Take and pass you annual assessment
- Register your pass with the MTS
To help ensure you know everything that you and your testers need to do before the March 31st deadline, we have collated a simple breakdown of tasks you can check off your to-do-list below.
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