- You need to hold the driving license for the vehicle class that you wish to test at MOT training centre Newbury.
- Also, you need to have at least four years of full-time experience in servicing and repairing the said vehicle class.
- You need to pass the 'good repute' test as decided by DVSA.
Apart from these, you also need to pass a recognised Level 3 pre-entry Accreditation examination.
Steps to become a certified MOT tester
Step 1: Meet eligibility criteria and pass the accreditation exam
The first step to becoming a certified MOT tester is to meet all the eligibility criteria and then appear for the Vehicle Technician Accredited Assessment qualification examination set by DVSA. In Benten MOT & Auto Centre's training courses for MOT testers, we provide a thorough explanation on all the MOT tester qualification course topics.
Step 2: Pass Level 2 Award test
In our training courses, we will cover all crucial topics such as safe workplace practices, behavioural etiquettes, professional development, and pre-MOT check Newbury.
Step 3: DVSA VT8 Observation
In the final step, applicants will have to pass a demonstration test invigilated by DVSA officials.
After you become an MOT tester, you will also have to pass an annual assessment test.