DVSA 22/23 Business Plan – Targeting Non-Compliance in the MOT Industry 🎯 Last week, the DVSA released their business plan for the next year – we’ve gone through it (so you don’t have to!) and have picked out the most important parts for MOT providers. In this blog, we’ll talk[…]
CPD and Annual Training – The big debate 🥊 “Why is CPD different to annual training?” – It’s a question we get asked a lot as a training provider, and we want to try and clear things up through this blog post. Where did the term ‘CPD’ come from, and[…]
The 2022/23 annual MOT training and assessment topics are here! As we get ready to sign off on a 6th year of the DVSA training and assessment format and head into the new training year, we’re happy to reveal that the training topics for the 2022-2023 year have been announced[…]
DVSA MOT Compliance Survey A recent report by What Car? revealed that the DVSA MOT Compliance Survey (2019-2020) found that one-in-seven (13.58%) vehicles that passed their MOT should have failed – equating to more than 2.9 million vehicles on UK roads. In total, the DVSA disagreed with the test outcomes[…]
Holy Sith, Star Wars Day is upon us again! As well as Star Wars references, May the 4th brings a new MOT training year, and a chance to reflect and prepare for the battle that lies ahead. As restrictions are lifted, newly empowered Stormtroopers from The Empire are marching towards[…]
April 1st usually marks the start of a new annual DVSA training and assessment year. However, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the DVSA have allowed the 2020-21 year to be extended by 1 month with the deadline now set to 30th April 2021.