RVQ

(redirected from Recognised Vocational Qualification)
AcronymDefinition
RVQResidual Vector Quantization
RVQRelated Vocational Qualification
RVQRegister Value Queue
RVQRobust Vector Quantizer
RVQRecognised Vocational Qualification
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This argument may be extended to financing tuition costs, if the government decides to reduce expenditure on the 16-18 year olds in schools and colleges, where courses could be directed either at university/polytechnic entrance or at nationally recognised vocational qualifications.
The training requirements amount to an average of one day a week of approved 'off-the-job' training, together with the 'opportunity' to gain any of the great variety of 'recognised vocational qualifications', but without distinction as to the level of qualification.
Evolved from the London Stock Exchange, the CISI now has 40,000 members in 89 countries and offers a wide range of internationally recognised vocational qualifications.-TradeArabia News Service
"Growing our commercial operations will enable us to further invest in our capabilities and facilities to provide more learners from the Tees Valley and wider North East the chance to gain practical skills and recognised vocational qualifications that will help them secure exciting and rewarding careers in industry."
Training programmes or modules leading to qualifications in leadership and management and business improvement techniques are eligible, as well as other recognised vocational qualifications. Certus TG is already one of Wales' fastest-growing IT consultancies.
It provides nationally recognised vocational qualifications online, in subjects ranging from computer skills, work skills and personal development to health, fitness and coaching.
They can gain a range of recognised vocational qualifications, which can bridge the gap into the workplace.
The programme, which was introduced in September 2004, allows students to spend two days per week working towards nationally recognised vocational qualifications, including 50 days' work experience, while continuing to follow the core National Curriculum.