The MOT quality control course will show you how to carry out quality control checks
Are you ready for a DVSA site visit or disciplinary investigation? This one-day MOT quality control course covers how to implement quality control checks, both direct observation and retesting, how to record, give feedback and review a testers performance.
It is a requirement by the DVSA to have a good quality management system in place, regular quality control checks carried out to a suitable standard and a robust MOT administration system.
The one-day MOT Quality Control course training will give nominated testers, authorised examiners or site managers the skills to carry out quality control checks, implement a company wide quality control system, maintain quality control records and carry out your own site visits.
This qualification has been developed for individuals who would like to carry out quality control checks at a vehicle testing station or MOT quality controllers who wish to further their skills.
Entry requirements for the MOT Quality Control Course
There are no formal entry requirements for the MOT Quality Control Course, but you do need to have experience of MOT testing ideally in an authorised examiner, quality controller, nominated tester or site manager role.
What you can achieve
Successful completion of the quality control course will show you how to implement a quality control system and give you the correct documentation and systems to put this in place at a VTS. If DVSA identify any problems during a site visit or disciplinary investigation, implementing the systems you learn on the MOT Quality Control Course will help reduce the risk of severe enforcement action.
The content covered in the MOT Quality Control Course includes:
QC check sheets
Carrying out a QC observation
Recording a QC observation
MOT disciplinary point scoring
Performance reviews of testers
Dealing with poor performance and non-compliance
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