Part-time (60 hours)
Shape your product management skills. Develop the know-how to define products that drive strong user adoption and revenue growth for companies.
Build your product management mindset
Our Product Management Course will help shape your tech career by developing your product management skills and mindset to think outside of the box and provide innovative solutions to any product problem.
- Learn about Product/Market Fit—how to manage new products and explore new product ideas
- Design Thinking: Develop an understanding of the people for whom we’re designing products or services
- Innovative Product Thinking (or The Problem-Solution-Fit): Define the core user experience of a product
- Lean Startup mindset and MVP Focus: User problem, vision, strategy, and goals
- Think in products and build the right features for the right people
- Define the target audience and the solution to create a new feature
- Learn how to set up success metrics goals
- Learn Agile Frameworks (Kanban, Scrum)
- Utilise sprint planning and user stories
- Learn user mapping/use-cases examples and exercises
Why this course is different
We teach a 360° approach to product management, where you'll learn to work cross-functionally—with different teams and stakeholders, all while considering various business goals—to go one step further. We introduce the fundamentals and essentials to understand stakeholders and product development teams: from engineers to business and UX/UI.
Being a product manager is a challenging role in any company, so we also explore communication skills and effective problem solving strategies. Throughout the course, you'll learn critical thinking, conflict resolution, and leadership styles—all essential parts of the role.
SCOPE & SEQUENCE
Our nine-module system guarantees our graduates are industry-ready.
Role of the Product Manager
What is a PM and how is it different from other roles?
Creating a hypothesis
What is the problem you want to solve and how should you gather data to support the value proposition?
Testing a hypothesis
How to validate the problem statement and in which ways do you want to measure the success of the validation
Scoping your MVP - part 1
Defining an MVP: Product features, user personas, product design, user stories/estimation, roadmap
Scoping your MVP - part 2
Product Releases and MVP improvements through feedback from quantitative and qualitative data (interviews, focus groups, usability tests etc)
MVP design and delivery
Learning the strategies and frameworks on getting your MVP to market.
Leveraging analytics for product reviews
Understand how to leverage analytics to allow you to make data-driven decisions on the product, foster a feedback culture, and define tactics that move the product closer to its goals.
Explore strategies and tactics to engage the market, communicate the right message, and generate sales.
Learn other product concepts and skills to take your knowledge to a higher level, including how to fight unconscious biases found in product development and how to structure product management interviews and prepare for your next role
Put your new skills into practice
Over the course, you'll work on a project where you'll need to define your ideas and learnings, as well as create a product or service designed to solve a problem. During the definition of your product or service, you'll be expected to apply the techniques you've learnt over the entire course, from market research to product design.
Meet your PM instructor
Romina has a passion for building delightfully simple products consumers love to use every day. Over her career, she has built SaaS Products (B2B) and Payments APIs from scratch, delivering business value across different global markets and companies, while leading international and multi-disciplinary teams.
Get total support from start to finish
With our small class sizes you're guaranteed one-on-one attention, faster learning, and stronger relationships.
Your support team
Their role is to direct you through the course content and teach you best practices so that you can grow in your knowledge, skills and confidence in the best, most efficient way possible. They'll also provide guidance via talk sessions to help prepare for interviews.
Their role is to support you during the course with any additional administrative support you may need, as well as helping you to connect with our tech community.
NEXT COURSE DATES
All courses are taught in Central European Time (CET).
11/10/21 - 2/12/21
17/1/22 - 10/3/22
15/2/22 - 8/4/22
14/3/22 - 5/5/22
12/4/22 - 3/6/22
9/5/22 - 30/6/22
7/6/22 - 29/7/22
4/7/22 - 25/8/22
2/8/22 - 23/9/22
29/8/22 - 20/10/22
27/9/22 - 18/11/22
24/10/22 - 15/12/22
22/11/22 - 27/1/23
PRICE & FINANCING
Benefit from our flexible and affordable payment options
Remote (Live online)
- Pay in three installments over three months
- Low-interest financing options available
We offer a range of options to minimise the cost of tuition for all students, including scholarship opportunities for anyone who's eligible. You can explore the flexible payment options available on our detailed student financing and scholarships page.Learn more
You can do it, put your back into it
Discover what it takes to apply. We're pretty sure you've got it.
WHAT YOU NEED
- A team player: As product managers are responsible for overseeing the whole process of the product lifecycle, they interact with ALL the relevant stakeholders. Therefore, exceptional interpersonal, communication and humility skills are some key ingredients for PM success.
- A visionary:
PMs tend to also get a thrill out of finding solutions to future problems. For this they need to understand the bigger picture, have the ability to critically question processes, and actively seek out innovative solutions to continuously improve.
- A computer and a stable internet connection
- Empathy: It’s not going to be an easy ride, in fact, it will be an emotional rollercoaster. Which is why we want to encourage you to take care of each other and most importantly take care of yourself
WHAT YOU DON'T NEED
- Experience working in the tech industry: You could be in marketing, or sales, or finance, or have studied Ancient History and still make the transition to becoming a product manager, as long as you can show and hone the relevant capabilities.
- Unlimited free time: This course is part-time to allow students to fit it in around their schedule.
Join us from wherever you are
Our Product Management course is taught online, so you can join us from your remote location.