Head of MOT policy, Chris Price reminds testers of the importance of using MOT advisories correctly and shares more information about some of the digital improvements we've been working on recently, like connected cameras in garages.
Annual training and assessment
The second year of annual MOT training and assessment (2017 to 2018) closed in March, and it’s great to see most of you completed it and recorded your results in time.
So, the first year of annual MOT training came to an end in April and was a big success. I’m delighted to see over 99% of you completed your MOT annual assessment. A massive well done to you all!
We’ve introduced some big changes MOT training this year. These new changes will modernise MOT training and help make sure that your training is making a real contribution to road and vehicle safety.
We’re introducing a new model of annual training and assessment to replace the former refresher course to help improve road and vehicle safety.
In these videos, we spoke to testers who took part in the annual training pilot to get their feedback.
After listening to the MOT trade's feedback we’re replacing MOT tester refresher training with a new model of annual training and assessment.