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2018/2019 ANNUAL ASSESSMENT

Staying qualified as an MOT tester

2018/2019

Annual Training

You must complete training and pass an assessment between April and March every year.

 

If you’ve recently qualified, you don’t need to start training until the start of the next full year, for example April 2018.

 

Your MOT tester status will be suspended if you don’t pass the annual assessment.

 

What you need to do

 

  • Do at least 3 hours of training each year and 16 hours in 5 years.

 

  • Keep a record of your training.

 

  • Book and take your assessment.

 

  • Record your assessment result.

 

Keeping a record of your training

 

You have to keep records for 5 years.

You’ll need to record:

 

  • the MOT annual training year (for example April 2018 to March 2019)

 

  • the date of the training

 

  • how long the training session lasted

 

  • what topics you covered during the session

 

  • notes on what you did, how you did it and what you learned

 

  • what vehicle groups your training covered

 

  • your name and MOT testing service user ID

The topics you need to study depend on whether you test class 1 and 2 vehicles (‘group A’) or class 3, 4, 5 and 7 vehicles (‘group B’).

 

Some topics are studied by both groups.

 

Group A

If you test vehicles in group A, you need to know about:

  • changes to the MOT test from 20 May 2018
  • how to use MOT test quality information to check you’re carrying out tests correctly
  • data protection for yourself and your customers
  • recording your training and assessment results
  • assessing tyres and wheels
  • testing suspension types and alignment
  • testing brakes (including floating disc and radial brakes)
  • testing body and structure (including security)
  • testing lighting and signalling equipment

 

Group B

For vehicles in group B, you must cover:

  • changes to the MOT test from 20 May 2018
  • how to use MOT test quality information to check you’re carrying out tests correctly
  • data protection for yourself and your customers
  • recording your training and assessment results
  • assessing tyres and wheels
  • testing alternative fuel vehicles, such as hybrid, electric and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles
  • testing corrosion assessment (including assessment of brake pipes)
  • testing the driver’s view of the road
  • testing headlamp aim

 

Groups A and B

If you test vehicles in both group A and group B, you need to study all the topics. You also need to train for at least 6 hours a year (instead of 3) and take 2 annual assessments.

 

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