IMI invests in future-proof IT system to service MOT tester assessments as deadline approaches

IMI invests in future-proof IT system to service MOT tester assessments as deadline approaches

WITH the March 31st deadline approaching for DVSA assessment and training, the Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) has invested in a significant IT upgrade.

The IMI has seen its website traffic more than double in recent months as thousands of testers have flocked to complete their assessment and annual training ahead of the March 31st deadline for compliance with DVSA regulations. It anticipates that the current demand is set to surge as the deadline approaches.

David Easton, former DVSA MOT education chief who now works with the IMI, explained: ‘Testers have still not fully engaged with the new annual training regime and there are still a large number of testers who still haven’t complied with DVSA’s requirements.

‘With the festivities now behind us I’m sure that the bulk of responsible MOT Testers and their employers will focus on the need to meet the DVSA requirements in order for them to continue testing customer’s vehicles.’

With just 80 days to go until the deadline it was necessary for the IMI’s online systems to be braced to service anything between 500 and 10,000 testers a day who will be taking their training and assessment via the eLearning portal.

Steve Connelly, head of IT, said: ‘The new system has ten times the capacity of the previous one. Our customers are guaranteed a smoother and faster service compared to any other provider and this is guaranteed no matter when Testers find the time to do the assessment and training.’

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