In the blink of an eye, a new MOT Training Year is here! With this comes a chance to overtake the competition and get your year off to a flying start. Why not put your 2021/22 Annual DVSA Training and Assessment in your rear view mirror now, so that you can focus on the road ahead…
Unlike the Monaco Grand Prix, this year will be anything but predictable, with the fallout from the pandemic and the resulting MOT extension wreaking havoc on our MOT diaries and bottom lines. Continue reading “Get the 2021/22 MOT Training year off to a flying start”
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 test centres faster than an Ewok on a runaway speeder bike… will you be ready? Continue reading “May the 4th be with you, MOT Testers”
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. Continue reading “2021/22 DVSA Training and the Exam Extension”
It’s almost the end of yet another DVSA Training and Assessment year – except this time it’s unlike any we’ve had before (for a lot of testers).
April 30th marks the end of the 5th year of training and assessments, which also means that for the majority of testers, they’ll need to be able to evidence not only that they’ve been completing 3 hours of DVSA curriculum training each year, but also 16 hours since April 1st 2016.
Continue reading “System Update – New Training Courses Library”
MOT Tester Training Syllabus 2019/20
Great Scott! The DVSA have provided us with next year’s training curriculum and we want to share it with you guys! Enjoy!
Read on to download our handy guide.
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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.
Continue reading “MOT Tester Annual Training – The Complete Guide”
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.
Continue reading “MOT training record, CPD and exams in one place”
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?
Continue reading “Beat that end of year stress of DVSA Training and Assessment!”
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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