About the Course
Legislation stipulates that Authorised Treatment Facilities have certain responsibilities once they have depolluted an End-of-Life vehicle. This course explores the post-depollution requirements of ELVs, and the responsibilities of ATFs.
You will be able to:
Provide a definition of what is meant by an Authorised Treatment Facility (ATF).
Highlight the fundamental legal responsibilities of ATFs.
Demonstrate the process for compliantly destroying a vehicle at the end of its operating life.
Understand who needs to be informed when a vehicle has been destroyed.
Explain when a Certificate of Destruction and when a Certificate of Notification must be issued.
Highlight the differences between the DVLA Online system and the paper-based alternative.
Who is this course suitable for?
This course is designed for anyone who needs awareness of ELV processes including the responsibilities of a Authorised Treatment Facilities (ATFs).
This course is designed for anyone who needs awareness and technical knowledge of the process for issuing an official Certificate of Destruction (CoD) once a vehicle has reached the end of its life.
This course is designed for anyone who needs technical knowledge of how to generate a CoD using the DVLA online system.
No experience is needed to take part in this course, it is aimed at all levels within an organisation or company.
Suitable for operatives, technicians, supervisors and management.
This course explores the post-depollution requirements of ELVs, and the responsibilities of ATFs.
The course covers:
The definition of Authorised Treatment Facility (ATF).
An ATF's Legal Responsibilities.
Who needs to be informed when a vehicle is destroyed?
What a Certificate of Destruction is and when to issue?
What a Certificate of Notification is and when to issue?
An overview of both DVLA notification systems:
Digital online system.
How an ATF would go about selling salvaged parts from depolluted and destroyed vehicles.