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Le Répertoire National des Certifications Professionnelles (RNCP) Code RNCP : 7220

Intitulé

MASTER : MASTER MASTERS in Management Sciences in the field of Corporate Management and Skills Development specialising in Management Professions

Nouvel intitulé : Droit Economie Gestion Mention Sciences du Management spécialité Métiers de l’Entrepreneuriat et du Management

Résumé du référentiel d'emploi ou éléments de compétence acquis

Entrepreneurship and SME Management Course: in the context of salaried work, these professionals are versatile administrators who take on supervisory functions within SMEs/SMIs in the following areas of activity:  management of agencies, sites, subsidiaries, profit centres, human resources management, commercial development of the company, strategic decision-making, in an environment which is likely to be international. They use three further processes: 1) canvassing new sources of growth; 2) putting the company in contact with other external players in the field of development support (institutional players and private structures); 3) encouraging and sustaining a process of innovation and development in the company.    
In the context of creating or taking over a company, these professionals develop a business plan and use all the legal, financial and managerial tools inherent in this project.    

They are major players in developing and managing major projects, integrating the strategic and cultural dimensions of the company or group, as applicable.    
This leads them to carry out a detailed analysis of the company’s financial health and to prepare investment plans and budgets.    
They report on objectives and their achievement to the decision-making authorities (board of directors, etc.).    
They carry out sales and marketing activities  and organise the company’s system for monitoring competitive or technological developments.    
They manage a team.    
They are also required to interface with other departments in the company.    
They develop the business plan and manage the project to create or take over a company.    

Team Management and Skills Development Course    
These professionals either provide all the functions linked to human resources management in the company, the department or the section to which they are attached directly themselves, or have other people do this under their control. In this framework, they set up and manage the implementation of a coherent human resources policy which is appropriate to the corporate strategy.    

They apply labour legislation in an international context, and make sure others apply it    
They establish the various elements of global remuneration      
They lead a diagnostic process in both organisational and human terms    
They lead or take part in change by proposing appropriate actions    
They build up forward management policy for employment and skills by optimising the recruitment process and developing a training and mobility policy for the staff   
They lead and manage a team    
They use internal communication and integrate human resources into a quality process    

Research Course: how are candidates prepared to do research?    

With a view to a research process, professionals manage projects and carry out studies in the area of administration and management sciences. They gather together the existing documentation and carry out observations in the field. They collect and analyse the available information relating to an issue. They report on their work through various means of dissemination and communication (publication of reports and specialist articles, writing papers, taking part in scientific debates, involvement in the research community).  Professionals can also take part in training activities.    

In the context of audit assignments, professionals get involved in any general organisational problem in the administrative or industrial environment, in order to carry out analyses and put forward solutions that will enable improvement of the productivity and quality of operational procedures. They design, prepare, structure and support change processes, if possible anticipating their consequences as far as human, technological, financial, information technology and security aspects, etc. are concerned. They may advise the company in terms of its relationships with its clients and suppliers.

Entrepreneurship and SME Management Course
Identifying the company’s strategic orientations (to be created, to review or growing)    
Determining the sales and marketing actions with a view to developing business activity    
Designing and analysing the company’s performance indicator charts in the various areas of activity and proposing the necessary adaptations    
Preparing and implementing the business creation process 
Preparing and implementing the business takeover process    
Managing the financial and economic risks inherent in the business creation, takeover or development processes    
Knowing how to lead change    
Developing their staff’s motivation   
Summarising the information sent by their staff   
Delegating powers to their staff    
Constantly negotiating both within and outside the company    
Managing conflicts    

Team Management and Skills Development Course    
Participating in the company’s strategic process by designing and implementing a human resources policy    
- Analysing the legal framework within which human resources develop    
- Managing legal risks    
- Designing and leading or supporting a project for change which has human dimensions    
- Establishing a global remuneration policy based on a knowledge of costs and the impact of various elements in terms of attracting, motivating and earning the loyalty of staff    
- Defining a system of objectives and a performance evaluation process    
- Identifying skills needs, designing a programme for evaluating and developing skills which incorporates the aspects of recruitment, mobility, training etc.    
- Providing training and coaching for managers with a view to helping them assess, motivate and develop their teams    
- Designing a labour relations strategy and leading negotiations    
- Defining a remuneration, training and recruitment policy.    

Research Course    
Applying the rules of professional ethics in terms of research    
Researching the theoretical foundations of the research on the organisations    
- Collecting and analysing the available documentation, consulting any possible experts and competent people    
- Carrying out an organisational diagnosis    
- Creating the methodology and mapping out the field of investigation    
- Gathering the field data and processing them using scientific tools    
- Being fully conversant with computerised data processing techniques    
- Analysing and interpreting the results with a view to a theoretical explanation  
- Using quantitative and qualitative methodological management research tools    
- Interpreting the results arising from the research methods used    
- Writing and orally presenting a research project    
- Being capable of communicating research results in the academic environment and to practitioners, both orally and in writing    
- Participating in the definition of the themes for studies or research    
- Writing up and presenting research work in English. 

Secteurs d'activité ou types d'emplois accessibles par le détenteur de ce diplôme, ce titre ou ce certificat

Entrepreneurship and SME Management Course. Professionals may be employed in support structures for company development (association, local authorities, business incubator, consular structures) or in private or public companies for the purpose of setting up and managing projects for developing organisations. Professionals may also work within a consultancy firm. Professionals work in all types of sectors of activity.

 

Team Management and Skills Development Course    
Professionals can work in all types of company, whether private or public, based in any sector of activities, on either an employed or freelance basis.    

Research Course    
Research and higher education establishment (university, private organisation), consultancy firm, public or private organisation, company.

Entrepreneurship and SME Management Course - SME/SMI Directors    
- General managers    
- Project managers    
- Assistant project managers    
- Junior consultants    
- Development studies managers    
- Sales engineers   
- Product or sector managers    
- Production managers    

Team Management and Skills Development Course    
The posts filled may be linked to:    
-  the functions of team leaders: Company directors or directors of another organisation (e.g. retirement home), departmental managers, store section managers, assignment managers, project managers, cash sector managers, service managers, whatever the type of organisation    
- professions in the human resources field: Human resources assistants, training managers, staff administration managers,  recruitment managers, trainers, consultants.    


Although this is not a priority orientation of the qualification, they may also fulfil the functions of consultants in large consultancy firms with a human resources orientation.    

Research Course    
- Auditors    
- Organisational consultants    
- Researcher or research lecturers

Codes des fiches ROME les plus proches : 

  • M1503 : Management des ressources humaines
  • M1707 : Stratégie commerciale
  • M1402 : Conseil en organisation et management d'entreprise
  • K2401 : Recherche en sciences de l'homme et de la société
  • M1302 : Direction de petite ou moyenne entreprise
Autorité responsable de la certification Qualité du(es) signataire(s) de la certification
Ministère chargé de l'enseignement supérieur, Université de Valenciennes et du Hainaut-Cambrésis Recteur de l'académie, Président de l'université de Valenciennes, Recteur de l'académie, Président de l'université de Valenciennes

Niveau et/ou domaine d'activité

I (Nomenclature de 1967)

7 (Nomenclature Europe)

Convention(s) : 

Code(s) NSF : 

310 Spécialités plurivalentes des échanges et de la gestion, 312 Commerce, vente, 315 Ressources humaines, gestion du personnel, gestion de l'emploi

Formacode(s) : 

Liens avec d'autres certifications Accords européens ou internationaux

Certifications reconnues en équivalence :

Contractual partnership with the Higher Institute for International Commerce in Dunkirk (ULCO)

Base légale

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Modalités d'accès à cette certification

Descriptif des composantes de la certification : 

Semester 7 (common to both courses) Management course: TU1 g: Analysis of organisational issues  (4 ECTS), TU2: Understanding changes in organisations (10 ECTS), TU3: Understanding and integrating the corporate environment (5 ECTS), TU4: Interpersonal communication tools 1 (6 ECTS)    
Non-management course: TU1: Understanding and integrating the corporate environment (5 ECTS), TU2: Interpersonal communication tools 1 (6 ECTS), TU3:  Management tools 1  (7 ECTS), TU4: Management tools 2 (12 ECTS)

Semester 8  (the differentiation units have a distinctly different content)    
TU7: Corporate development strategy (6 ECTS), TU8: Interpersonal communication tools 2 (5 ECTS), TU9:  Differentiation (depending on the courses) (14 ECTS), TU10: Vocational experience unit: work experience (3 months minimum) and dissertation (5 ECTS)

 

Semester 9  Entrepreneurship and SME Management    
TU1: Support for SME-SMI development (15 ECTS), TU2: Strengthening the strategic process in SMEs-SMIs (9 ECTS), TU3: Developing managerial skills  (6 ECTS)    

Semester 10: Entrepreneurship and SME Management Course    
Entrepreneurship Option: TU4a: Business creation and takeover (6 ECTS), TU5a: Entrepreneurship on an international scale (6 ECTS), TU6: Developing managerial skills 2 (18 ECTS) which includes completing a session of vocational experience on a sandwich basis over a 9-month period, completing a supervised project and a dissertation.    
International Management Option: TU4b: Managing on an international scale (6 ECTS), TU5a: Entrepreneurship on an international scale (6 ECTS), TU6: Developing managerial skills 2 (18 ECTS) which includes completing a session of vocational experience on a sandwich basis over a 9-month period, completing a supervised project and a dissertation.    
Industrial Project Management Option: TU4c: Designing innovative industrial and technological projects I (6 ECTS), TU5c: Designing innovative industrial and technological projects II (6 ECTS), TU6: Developing managerial skills 2 (18 ECTS) which includes completing a session of vocational experience on a sandwich basis over a 9-month period, completing a supervised project and a dissertation.    


Semester 9  Team Management and Skills Development Course    
TU1: Acquiring the basics of the profession (5 ECTS), TU2: Managing individuals (5 ECTS), TU3: Managing teams (5 ECTS), TU4: Developing your potential (5 ECTS), VTU 1: Organisational analysis (10 ECTS).       

Semester 10 Team Management and Skills Development Course    
TU5: Developing your team (5 ECTS), TU6: Understanding group dynamics (5 ECTS), TU7: Developing the organisation (5 ECTS), TU8: In-depth study seminar (4 ECTS), VTU 2: Vocational experience (9 ECTS) which includes completing a session of vocational experience on a sandwich basis over a 9-month period, completing a supervised project and a dissertation.    

Validation by work placement of a period of vocational experience: Minimum 3-month work placement for students doing initial training or a minimum of 850 hours for those doing further vocational training.    
Students, whether doing initial training, further vocational training or an apprenticeship must complete a dissertation for each year of the Masters.    

Semester 9 Research Course    
TU: Approaches and designs of organisations (15 ECTS), TU2: 3 optional modules: Finance, accounting information and financial markets (5 ECTS),  Marketing and consumer behaviour (5 ECTS), Strategic human resources management (5 ECTS), Strategy (5 ECTS)    

Semester 10 Research Course    
TU 3: Research methodology (30 ECTS). Teaching on research methodology is provided. In addition, students must write a research dissertation and defend it.    

To get the certification, students must validate all 4 semesters of the Masters. A semester is validated when the general average grade for that semester is equal to or above 10/20. Students benefit from averaging of grades across the TUs.    

Any components passed may be retained for an unlimited period of time.

Validité des composantes acquises :  non prévue

Conditions d'inscription à la certification Oui Non Composition des jurys
Après un parcours de formation sous statut d'élève ou d'étudiant X
Enseignants, enseignants-chercheurs et professionnels
En contrat d'apprentissage X
Idem (apprentissage organisé sur le parcours Entrepreneuriat et Management de la PME
Après un parcours de formation continue X
Enseignants, enseignants-chercheurs et professionnels
En contrat de professionnalisation X
Idem
Par candidature individuelle X
Idem
Par expérience dispositif VAE X
Idem
Oui Non
Accessible en Nouvelle Calédonie X
Accessible en Polynésie Française X

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http://www.univ-valenciennes.fr/IAE/

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Certification suivante :  Droit Economie Gestion Mention Sciences du Management spécialité Métiers de l’Entrepreneuriat et du Management