2020-2021 DVSA Approved CPD Training
The DVSA changed the way MOT Tester training was carried out from 2016. The MOT Tester refresher course was replaced with the MOT annual training and assessment program referred to as Continuing Professional Development (CPD). The DVSA no longer deliver the training and assessment so the Nominated Tester five year refresher course is obsolete. The new process will follow Continuing Professional Development (CPD) models with testers required to complete a minimum period of training and pass an annual "on-line" assessment every year for the vehicle classes they test, in order to maintain their testing status.
They will also need to provide detailed evidence of the completed training or maintain the appropriate training record.
Failure to complete the yearly CPD Training and provide evidence, may result in the suspension of an MOT Testers Status.
2020-2021 MOT Tester CPD is Now Available.
Offered as a Morning or Afternoon course at £69.95*
* prices shown are subject to VAT, includes light refreshments.
How does it work?
Complete and record a minimum of three hours training per year.
Complete and record a minimum of 16 hours training over a rolling five year period.
Complete an "On-line" assessment questionnaire with the NEW minimum pass rate of 80%
The 2020-2021 CPD Includes:
- The Requirements in Regards to the Issue of Documentation.
- The Disciplinary Points System, and how it affects the VTS - Contained in the MOT user guide (Managers Guide).
- The different classes in Group B and the EU Classification of various vehicles.
- General Questions and Information contained in the MOT Manual (Testers Manual).
We can provide you with full CPD documentation, advise you when your training is due and maintain training records on your behalf.
1 Years CPD without the fuss or worry.
"Let us ensure that you keep up to date while you concentrate on your business"
Training is delivered by mechanics for mechanics in a friendly, modern and clean environment.