The analyst-developer is required to create business applications and websites, but also to meet with the client in order to gather and specify their needs and expectations. He/she may also be required to deploy, maintain and contribute to the company’s IT solutions in collaboration with the architects in charge of designing these solutions. The analyst-developer will also be a facilitator in the implementation of IT tools within companies.
The Maker aspect brings a sensitivity to innovation and the use of new technologies. This allows to solve certain problems of the company or to find new uses for these technologies.

RNCP sheet describing the blocks of competencies and educational program Years 1 and 2

TARGET AUDIENCE

  • Young people, between 15 and 29 years old, for an apprenticeship contract
  • No age limit for a professionalization contract or RQTH (Recognition of the status of disabled worker)

FURTHER STUDIES

  • MSIR training, BAC+5 and 4 choices of specialties: Cybersecurity, Robotics
    innovation, Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things and Cloud

TEAMS, METHODS & TEACHING TOOLS

  • Internal and external teaching teams, experienced, qualified, trained in digital teaching methods and equipped with professional experience in companies for business courses
  • Face-to-face training with alternating theoretical contributions, practical exercises and role-playing
  • Unmarked classrooms, computer rooms, application workshops, Wifi, business software, Digital Working Environment (ENT)

A 360° training

  • Encoder
  • Maker
  • Designer
  • Developer

TEACHING POLES

  • Coding
  • Maker
  • Computer and scientific culture

PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES

  • Alternating school / company
  • Projects
  • Continuous assessment, final exam and professional evaluation
  • At the end of the course, delivery of the training certificate
  • Validation of the diploma: total and/or partial
Your future

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Bac +3 : Bachelor’s degree in Software Engineering specializing in Robotics Prototyping

This diploma offers general training covering the main areas of IT

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Bac +5 : MSIR Innovation Robotics

The “Robotics and New Innovations” track trains specialists in cobotics, industrial robots, service robots, prototyping and robotic design.

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Bac +5 : MSIR Cybersecurity

The “IT Security for Connected Industries” track is a specialist in Cybersecurity, System and Network Infrastructures and IoT Security.

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