MOT Annual Assessment – a complete guide

MOT Annual Assessment – a complete guide to to taking the annual assessment for MOT testers.

In this blog about the MOT annual assessment you will find the answer to these questions.

  • What is the MOT Annual Assessment?
  • What do I need to know to pass the MOT Annual Assessment?
  • What are the Annual Assessment subjects?
  • What is the pass mark?
  • What if I fail to pass by the deadline?
  • How do I take the Annual Assessment?
  • Where do I buy the MOT Annual assessment?
  • How do I buy the Annual Assessment?
  • How much does it cost?
  • How do I register the result of my Annual Assessment?

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MOT Tester Annual Training – The Complete Guide

MOT Tester Annual Training is an essential responsibility of MOT Testers. Each year MOT Testers must undertake

    • 3 hours of training.
    • keep a record of their training

Maybe you are a new tester, a new MOT manager or just want to make sure your knowledge of MOT Tester training is correct. This blog post contains the answers to your questions. Read on for a complete guide to MOT tester training.

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MOT Tools and Equipment – Preparing for a site visit

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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2019-20 MOT training curriculum

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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How to stay qualified to test

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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Just over 2 weeks to go…

Just Over 2 Weeks To Go…

Not completed your DVSA training yet? Don’t know where to start? Daunted by the prospect of how to do three hours training and then recording what you have done?

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15 minutes to DVSA compliance!

15 Minutes To DVSA Compliance!

So, you’ve got your Annual Assessment out of the way – but what about your 3 hours of compulsory DVSA Compliance MOT tester training?

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DVSA Annual Assessment 2020-21 Our Top 5 Revision Tools

Our Top 5 DVSA Annual Assessment 2020-21 Revision Tools!

It’s officially that time of year again and some of you may be panicking about the upcoming deadline. But don’t worry we have collated a selection of our top revision tools to help you ace your DVSA annual assessment 2020-21 first time!

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MOT training records. Can you provide evidence?

Can you provide evidence of your MOT training records?

If you do not have clear MOT Training Records you can actually find, and your VE comes knocking, this will have a serious impact on your RAG score. In extreme cases can result in the loss of your authority to test. Here is a solution for you…

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