L2 Award in MOT Testing Class 4 & 7
The DVSA have changed the way new MOT testers become qualified for testing status. All new MOT testers are now required to complete the Level 2 Award in MOT Testing for their relevant vehicle class.
The Level 2 Award in MOT Testing has been developed in Collaboration with the DVSA to give learners the knowledge and skills required to perform MOT tests to the required standard. Once passed, new MOT testers can apply to the DVSA for their Certificate of Competence and begin conducting MOT tests.
Who is the MOT Qualification For?
The MOT Tester course, Award in MOT Testing Class 4 & 7, has been developed for individuals who would like to improve their career by becoming qualified MOT Testers for cars and vans.
What previous experience do I need?
A Level 3 MV Qualification, A current and full UK driving licence for the relevant vehicle class and at least four years full-time employment in service and repair of the relevant vehicle class
Once you have completed your Award in MOT Testing Class 4 & 7, you will need to complete a VT8 Observation, which is the final step in your journey to become an MOT Tester and gain your MOT qualification
WHAT WILL THE STUDENTS LEARN AS PART OF THIS QUALIFICATION?
The content of this qualification has been designed to reflect the needs of the learner to enable them to pass the qualification for MOT Testers.
The content of the qualification includes:
- Working safely within a vehicle test centre
- Communicating with colleagues and customers
- How to manage and maintain their CPD
- Carrying out pre-test checks
- Carrying out an MOT test
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