MOT QUALIFICATION / MOT TESTER CERTIFICATE
The new scheme is now live and if you wish to become an MOT Tester you will need to achieve the new MOT Qualification which has replaced the Nominated Tester Training (NTT) course which was delivered by DVSA.
When you apply for the MOT Qualification course through an Approved Awarding Organisation Centre such as ourselves, you will still need to show that you meet the qualifying criteria to become a Tester (as before) , which includes:
To become an MOT Tester, you will then need to achieve the MOT Qualification (which will be a minimum of 24 hours with at least 8 hours practical) for each vehicle class that you want to test.
You will then need to complete a VT8 (Demonstration Test) which will be observed by DVSA. This can now be achieved at your Vehicle Testing Station or at a training provider centre such as Fast Pass Training.
Once you have achieved both the MOT Qualification and the VT8, you will then be able to carry out MOTs at a Vehicle Testing Station.
Note: All existing MOT Testers will be exempt from the new qualification, unless they are subject to a disciplinary request from DVSA when they may need to achieve the MOT Tester Qualification as part of the necessary actions to reinstate their MOT Tester status.
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