rove is an education and training company which has supported the needs of its learners and employers for over 10 years.
From working in partnership with NHS Trusts to deliver vocational qualifications and Apprenticeship programmes; to supporting quality management professionals worldwide develop and progress with their careers through CQI and IRCA accredited qualifications and courses, rove has consistently demonstrated outstanding results.
Our ethos is simple, we work in partnership with employers and learners to recognise talent, accredit skills and support people to reach their potential.
Quality Management courses
60,000 delegates in over 100 countries across the world take CQI and IRCA Certified Training every year. Here’s why:
- They enhance your career development
- They contribute towards your CPD showing further recognition of your achievements
- You are recognised for contributing to your organisation’s improvement in its performance and customer satisfaction
- You can achieve a professionally recognised CQI certificate.
Our distance learning qualifications mean you study at home, in your space and your time, with total support from rove. You can find out more here…
“By providing a flexible, responsive and professional service and always deliver above and beyond our expectations.”
Vocational Training and Development Manager
Northumberland, Tyne & Wear NHS Foundation Trust
Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust
Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust
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