MOT Annual Assessment

 

At WG Auto Training we offer a 3 hour CPD training course for Classes 3,4,5 & 7 (Group B) and Class 1 & 2 (Group A) at our Goole site. You then take the annual MOT online assessment at the end of the course.

You will be given a CPD training record card when you attend which you can add all other training onto. On completion of the annual online MOT assessment you will be emailed the results.

  • Your result (pass or fail)
  • Your overall mark
  • A section-by-section breakdown of your pass mark

On successful completion of the annual online MOT assessment you will be emailed a certificate.

You will need to keep the certificates and keep them alongside your other MOT annual training records so you can show it on request to any DVSA staff who may visit your VTS.

If you fail to take the MOT Annual Assessment during the course of your training year this could affect your testing status and you could face disciplinary action.

The 2020/21 syllabus is as follows;

Group A
For Group A, testers need to know about:

The requirements in regard to the issue of various documentation including:

  • Replacement and Duplicate documentation
  • Contingency Documentation
  • Refusing a test
  • Cancelling a test (abandon/abort)
  • Dealing with a vehicle that has been issued with a prohibition notice
  • Dealing with a vehicle that has been issued with a notice under the Police Vehicle Defect Rectification Scheme (VDRS)
  • Recording of vehicles with no current MOT
  • Postdating of a VT20
  • Retest procedures

The disciplinary points system:

  • What are the disciplinary points and how can they arise?
  • Who can be issued with disciplinary points?
  • How disciplinary points can affect the individual/VTS
  • Flow charts
  • Cessation

The different vehicles that can be tested as Group A: 

  • What vehicle categories fall under Group A
  • What you need to be aware of, so you don’t test a vehicle of the wrong class
  • The MOT inspection manual for motor bicycle and sidecar

 

Group B
For Group B, testers need to know about:

The requirements in regard to the issue of various documentation including:

  • Replacement and Duplicate documentation
  • Contingency Documentation
  • Refusing a test
  • Cancelling a test (abandon/abort)
  • Dealing with a vehicle that has been issued with a prohibition notice
  • Dealing with a vehicle that has been issued with a notice under the Police Vehicle Defect Rectification Scheme (VDRS)
  • Recording of vehicles with no current MOT
  • Postdating of a VT20
  • Retest procedures

The disciplinary points system:

  • What are the disciplinary points and how can they arise?
  • Who can be issued with disciplinary points?
  • How disciplinary points can affect the individual/VTS
  • Flow charts
  • Cessation

The different vehicle classes Group B:

  • What vehicle categories fall under Group B
  • What testers need to be aware of so that they don’t test a vehicle of the wrong class
  • The MOT inspection manual for private passenger and light commercial vehicles

https://www.gov.uk/mot-tester-training-assessments/training