RNCP Manager of Companies and Organizations

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Professional certification
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Title of “Manager of Companies and Organizations “This is a level 7 (EU) certification registered in the RNCP (Répertoire National des Certifications Professionnelles) under the NSF 310 code. Order of June 01, 2022.

Find the blocks of skills associated with this RNCP title.


The “Manager of Companies and Organizations” is the pilot of the company. In the service of the company’s performance and development, he defines the strategic orientations (financial, marketing, commercial, HR).

In tune with the evolution of his environment, the “Manager of Companies and Organizations” integrates into his strategy the challenges of today: economic and competitive, CSR, new managerial practices…

As a true pilot of the company, he communicates and gets the teams to adhere to his company project.

What jobs can you do with this RNCP title?

The following non-exhaustive list presents the different functions that can be performed by holders of the “Manager of Companies and Organizations” certification:

  • Director/Manager/Company Manager
  • General Manager
  • Junior Director
  • Assistant Director / Deputy Director
  • Department Director
  • Branch Manager/Branch Manager

“In response to business needs

The objective of the Manager of Companies and Organizations title is to train entrepreneurs, strategy and/or organization consultants, and executives.

It is intended for learners wishing to acquire strategic, managerial, financial, marketing and sales skills.

The training meets the requirements of versatility and global decision making of companies with regard to their executives.

The program also provides real added value in terms of business development, company management and business creation projects.

What skills are developed?

At the end of the course, students will have acquired the following four blocks of competencies:

  • Define and implement the company’s major strategic orientations over the long term
  • Steering the company’s accounting and financial management
  • Develop and monitor the implementation of the company’s marketing and sales strategy
  • Develop and supervise a policy for the conquest of new international markets with a view to diversifying the company’s activity
  • Negotiate purchases and structure all production units (industrial or intellectual) in order to optimize the company’s competitiveness and sustainability
  • Define and supervise the Human Resources strategy and manage its implementation and follow-up
  • Design the appropriate organizational and managerial change processes

This certification is accessible by capitalization of these blocks of skills.

Example of a course


This module is designed to help learners discover all the facets and stages of business creation as well as the key points of project financing. This course aims to help learners transform an idea into a project by developing a viable business model, taking into account all the administrative procedures and the characteristics of existing statutes. They will understand the importance of innovation and intellectual property management. Through this module, students will develop a first level of analysis of the project financing ecosystem in France.


The objective of this module is to understand and interpret the strategic thinking of a company and to discover the tools of strategic analysis. At the end of this module, the learner should be able to define his medium and long term strategy and to detail the economic model of his project thanks to tools such as SWOT, PESTEL, PORTER’s 5 forces, the BCG Matrix, etc. The module will allow learners to open up to new business models such as uberization, blockchain, smart contracts, etc.


This module aims to introduce learners to project management in all its components: emergence, planning, piloting, closing, project portfolio management. At the end of this module, students should be able to evaluate the viability of a project by assessing its costs and budget and then plan it by breaking it down into different tasks (PERT tool). They should be able to manage a project (earned value method) from its conception to its closing (result evaluations, budget balance, etc.).


The main focus of this module is to understand and practice negotiation in all its components (strategic, tactical and behavioral) from the preparation phase to the formalization of the agreement. At the end of this course, the student will be able to analyze a negotiation, define a commercial strategy and build a negotiation plan. He/she will have to master the techniques for conducting a successful negotiation interview, whether it be in the techniques of argumentation and handling objections, or in the management of concession exchanges, etc.


The purpose of this module is to help students understand the concept of branding and its foundations in order to create or perpetuate brands that are meaningful to their audiences and give value to the products/services they market (and therefore to the company). Learners will create a brand name and position it, design a brand platform, and finally develop a coherent narrative. They will have to establish a communication strategy to launch their start-up or relaunch their company and define their brief to collaborate with service providers.


The objective of this module is to make future entrepreneurs aware of the importance of Human Resources management and the new trends in this field.
They will learn about essential HR concepts such as the recruitment process, the employment contract and compensation.

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Updated 13 July 2022