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. MOT testers must record their training and keep the records available to show proof of completion.

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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How to Manage the MOT Risk Rating at Your Garage

How to manage and control your MOT risk rating with a quality management system (QMS).

I recently spoke to two owner-operators of MOT vehicle testing stations who were confused and worried about their red MOT risk rating. Confused as to how their red risk rating was calculated and worried because they did not know how to reduce it.
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TQI analysis tool now available

Our new TQI analysis tool is live!

We make it easy for tester to fulfil mandatory DVSA requirements with regards to TQI.

MOT Juice can download every testers test quality information automatically every month. We can 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.

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MOT training record, CPD and exams in one place

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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DVSA Updates: TQI Guidance for MOT Managers

TQI Guidance for MOT Managers

In October 2018, the DVSA published new MOT test quality guidance 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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HOW TO: Prepare for the inevitable DVSA site visit

How To Prepare For The Inevitable DVSA Site Visit

Barry Babister from MOT Juice provides guidance on how you should prepare for the inevitable DVSA site visit.

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