When it comes to the motor industry, there are many different routes you can go down and different ways you can progress your career. 

You could work in the racing industry, for example, although this is hard to get into. You could sell cars at Smart Car dealers and other dealers around the UK. You could sell performance car parts. The list goes on!

However, there is no denying that one of the best options is to become a VOSA MOT tester. In this post, we are going to reveal everything you need to know about making it as a qualified tester and the impact this will have on your career. 

There is only one place to begin and this is with the fact that an MOT is undeniably the most in-demand motor service. If you think about, every single vehicle in the UK is required to have an MOT by law on an annual basis. That is an awful lot of MOTs! 

By becoming a VOSA MOT tester, you will be able to offer a service that is always required and therefore you can be confident that your skills will never be deemed redundant.

Not only can you be confident that you will always be in demand, but you will make yourself more attractive to potential future employers. You are much more likely to get hired if you are an MOT tester as opposed to someone who is not. This is especially the case when you consider the fact that anyone who wants to become an MOT Tester needs to have at least four years of experience as a full-time skilled mechanic, which further shows your competent and experience in the industry. Not only this, but you will be able to reap the rewards of a much greater profit level as well. 

It is not difficult to see why you would want to become a VOSA MOT tester. When you work in the industry for motor servicing and repairs, this is the natural progression. 

To become a qualified tester you must take an approved training course. After this, you will need to take the applicable examination based on the vehicle class you wish to test. 

Aside from this, there are several prerequisites, for instance you must be of good repute, have a full and current UK driving licence for the vehicle class you want to test, be nominated by an Authorised Examiner and have no unspent convictions involved acts of violent or connected with the motor trade or MOT testing scheme. 

Hopefully you now have a better idea of the reasons why it is a good idea to carry out MOT tests as a Nominated Tester. Take your career to the next level today.