A half-day IMI-accredited course to help AEDMs and MOT Site Managers update their skills and knowledge; so they remain as compliant as possible with DVSA rules and expectations.

We run regular training days at our training centre in Kings Langley and via Zoom. They can also take place at your premises on request.

Who is this training for?

AEDMs, MOT Site Managers (and anyone who didn’t run fast enough when their boss asked for volunteers!).

What’s included?

We cover:

  • responsibilities of an AEDM
  • the MOT Managers role
  • reporting responsibilities
  • risk ratings
  • site reviews
  • the 15-point DVSA recommendations in detail
  • all the latest changes to the MOT testing guide.

It will not be death by PowerPoint – we promise! It is a presentation with an accompanying workbook and the opportunity to ask as many questions as you need.

Entry requirements:

This course is for existing AEDMs and MOT Site Managers. It’s designed to ensure you are as up-to-date as possible with the DVSA’s expectations.

Refresher Training

Special Introductory Price:

Why is this Refresher Training Course valuable to you?

This IMI accredited CPD course is ideal for MOT Managers who run single or multiple sites and will help them improve or maintain DVSA compliance standards. So, if you are a large organisation wanting to find a way to help and support your MOT Managers or an individual who has been doing the role for many years but would like to refresh their skills and knowledge – this is the course for you.  To book or for further details, please choose one of the following options:

Fill in and submit the Manager Course Application Form here

MOT Manager Application

MOT Manager Application

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There are no formal entry requirements for this qualification. Please note that the DVSA will check its criteria when learners apply to become an Mot Manager. It is important that they meet the requirements on the
Please type "NONE" if you do not have any to declare, followed by clicking the check box below. If you do then provide information of any “unspent” convictions for criminal offences connected with the Vehicle Testing Scheme or the motor trade or involving acts of intimidation or violence.
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I confirm that I have NO UNSPENT CRIMINAL CONVICTIONS as defined in the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 for criminal offences connected with the Vehicle Testing Scheme or the motor trade, of involving acts of violence or intimidation. I am aware that if, in the future, it is brought to DVSA’s attention that there are any such unspent convictions that have not been disclosed this may result in the cessation of my approval to operate a Testing Station.
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“I recently spent half a day with Karena on an MOT Manager Refresher course. It had been some years since I had taken my original DVSA course, and I was concerned that my Manager knowledge was not as up to date as it would have been.

It was certainly time well spent, and I realised that I had missed a few things over the years and could have been putting my MOT stations in peril with the DVSA quite unwittingly.

I now feel confident in my knowledge and have put some new practices in place as a result of this course.

Thank you to Karena for a professional and knowledgeable presentation and to Russell for putting this course together, thoroughly recommended for all MOT managers.”