The amazing digital school with its Montessori-inspired education has educated more than 1500 happy students who have joined as many happy partner companies. His training of a new kind now takes place directly at companies to boost their talents.
Rocket School, the leading free and paid digital school that educates in high-tech sales and marketing, announces on the occasion of its third anniversary that it will continue its development with the opening of dedicated online program companies to train teams in advanced digital tools and a master’s degree in the regions. Already present in 6 cities in France, the school will also be located on two new campuses in Strasbourg and Montpellier.
Since its foundation in 2018, the school has been able to develop and fit into a France where often only the number and prestige of the diplomas obtained by the students count… This is what Cyril Pierre de Geyer, the founder of Rocket School, wanted transform and revitalize the commercial sector with 3.0 education. Given the success of its recruitment methods based solely on soft skills and education inspired by Montessori, the school has developed in the French metropolis with 6 campuses in Paris, Lyon, Lille, Marseille, Nantes and Bordeaux. It is now preparing to open in Strasbourg and Montpellier!
3 years and the creation of 3 sectors
In 3 years Rocket School has opened 3 courses. Students aged 20 to 55 can opt for training to become a growth hacker, business developer or customer success manager. So many informed terms denoting the new professions of marketing, sales and customer relations “startup style”. The choice panel of programs allows everyone to find what suits them with 3 menus offered which are the programs: Fighter, Bachelor and Master.
A new online training for professionals
Rocket School training was previously only available to those in retraining. To meet the demands of businesses, Rocket School has developed an education offering for current salespeople. Available online, adapted to the pace of professionals, this training is done part-time for one month and prepares for a skills block for the RNCP title “Sales and Marketing Manager Specializing in Digital Acquisition”. Rocket School plans to train several thousand on-the-job salespeople in new digital techniques in the coming years.
2000 partnerships and 94% back to work
Since its inception, Rocket School has enabled more than 1,500 job seekers to get a job promise, of which 35% have the baccalaureate degree or less, and 42% are considered priority. The digital sector has only 30% women, at Rocket School 47% of the recruits are women. The school has more than 2,000 partnerships (startups, digital service companies or SMEs) and 94% are going back to work! The school has another important asset: admission is free because it is supported and financed by Pôle emploi and the Skills Operators.
Training the right person for the right job
Rocket School exposes its differences in recruitment, education and training with the aim of connecting talent and recruiters by identifying high potential profiles that it will train in digital acquisition techniques (sales/marketing) and then alternately places them. In addition, the school has set up an anti-unemployment algorithm that puts the person in the right place by quickly making him operational, mastering the profession and learning to develop independently.
† Rocket School is a new kind of school, connected to the needs of companies. Its recruitment method and intensive training make it a real economic accelerator for the regions in which it operatesCyril Pierre de Geyer, founder of Rocket School.
About Rocket School
Rocket School was co-founded by Cyril Pierre de Geyer, associate professor at HEC Paris, former deputy general manager of Epitech, creator and director of the IONIS group’s Executive MBAs, entrepreneur and business angel. Accompanied by Jérémy Diavet, he surrounded himself with a team of innovative education experts. Rocket School prepares Bac+3 and Bac+5 diplomas and has received the Grande École du Numérique label from the Ministry of Economy and Finance.