What is changing?
DVSA have changed the way that MOT training is achieved. All training will now be undertaken by the private sector to modernise the MOT scheme, improve road safety and increase professionalism in the industry.
Anyone looking to become an MOT Tester or to manage a test station will need to complete a qualification.
Around 7,500 new individuals are approved to become MOT testers every year. Your organisation can get involved by helping to train and develop aspirant MOT testers.
How can IMI help?
IMI, as the leading motor awarding organisation, has developed qualifications that fulfil the new requirements for MOT testing:
• L2 Award in MOT Testing Light Vehicle
• L2 Award in MOT Testing Motorcycle
• L3 Award in MOT Test Centre Management
Further details about these qualifications can be found via the links on the right hand side of this page.
Coming soon: IMI eLearning materials to support the delivery of these qualifications. Interested in finding out more? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01992 511521.
If you are interested in offering the new MOT qualifications, IMI can help you assess the level of demand in your area. Please contact email@example.com to request details of the MOT testing stations in your location.
If you are interested in offering the new MOT qualifications, IMI can help you assess the level of demand in your area. As an IMI Approved Centre, you can apply to offer the MOT qualifications via a qualification approval application on Centres Hub. Please ensure that you read and complete the Approval Guidance checklist, to ensure that your centre meets all of the requirements before applying. The checklist can be found on the right hand side of this page.
Please direct any queries to your External Quality Assurer or Business Development Manager.