Approved Tuberculin Tester revalidation
What does the OCQ(AHP) - ATT (Approved Tuberculin Tester revalidation) involve?
To complete the revalidation process for the Approved Tuberculin Tester role, you will be required to:
- Enrol on the revalidation course from your Personal Training Dashboard. This will cost £99 + VAT.
- Complete the pre-course self-evaluation.
- Complete the online training course on Moodle. This is a refresher course to remind you of the content from the original course. It equates to 6 hours of CPD.
- Complete the post-course self-evaluation.
- Nominate an invigilator, who must then accept their role.
- Pass the online examination. This will comprise of 10 multiple choice questions to be completed in 30 minutes.
- Sign the final declarations.
Approved Tuberculin Tester revalidation timings
- Revalidation for the OCQ(V) - ATT (Approved Tuberculin Tester) qualification is due 2 years after passing the ATT online exam and then every 4 years after that.
- You will begin to receive email reminders from 6 months before your revalidation due date. It is your responsibility to ensure that your email address is kept up to date so that you will receive these reminders
- You may enrol on the revalidation course and start the revalidation process at any time. There will be a 6-month window before the expiry date, in which you can complete the revalidation (by signing the declarations) without changing your future revalidation date.
Useful facts for OCQ(AHP) - ATTr
- If your OCQ(V) - ATT is expired or suspended, you must not use it until authorisation has been granted again.
- The cost of the revalidation course is £99 + VAT.
- Should you fail the online examination, you will have 1 opportunity to retake it. The cost of each retake is £49 + VAT.
- You must have had an APHA, VDP or training provider audit in the last revalidation cycle (in addition to the 6-month on-farm audit by your AVS).
- You must sign a declaration to confirm that you have tested at least 30 cattle in the last revalidation cycle.
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