Product Management

Earn a certificate in product management after 60 hours

A technical boost to your profile

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Product management is one of the fastest-growing roles in tech right now with demand for product managers higher than it’s ever been. Product management is a relatively new area in tech, but it’s quickly become one of the most important jobs in the industry. Our course comes straight from the heart of Silicon Valley and is designed to grow the product management skill set of newcomers and existing product managers to help them develop further in the field.
How to validate a product hypothesis
Design principles
How to write user stories & requirements

How to collaborate with stakeholders

Agile delivery
Go-to market strategies

Get into product management with our online course

Made with ❤️ in the San Francisco Bay Area
  • Who this is for

    CodeOp's new course in product management is a part-time, live-online course designed for existing product managers who want to upskill, as well as anyone looking to break into tech or change their current role.

  • Why take this course

    Our product management curriculum, activities and learning objectives are designed, reviewed, and managed by an educational committee of leading product managers from Silicon Valley giants like Facebook and Lyft.

  • Course structure

    The course consists of 10 modules which include assessments, activities, lectures, and reading materials. Students graduate with a final project ready for an international network spanning 50 countries worldwide.

What you'll learn

Be prepared for 40 hours of lectures and activities and an additional 20 hours dedicated to your project and supplementary reading

By the end of this lesson, students will be able to:

Describe the role and responsibilities of a product manager
Understand the key skills required to be a successful product manager
Understand basic business acumen and practices
Understand what companies look for in a product manager

By the end of this lesson, students will be able to:

Understand the importance of brand identity
Know how to create a product hypothesis
Know how to define personas and user stories
Understand the difference between B2B and B2C customers and users

By the end of this lesson, students will be able to:

Know how to use data to explore a product hypothesis
Understand frameworks that validate a product hypothesis
Define product-market fit
Understand customer development and synthesizing user feedback

By the end of this lesson, students will be able to:

Describe the product and product adoption life cycles
Know how to write a press release
Understand how to scope a minimum viable product
Describe how to write user stories for your team and acceptance criteria for engineers
Understand product estimations and timelines using PRDs and product roadmaps

By the end of this lesson, students will be able to:

Understand basic visual design principles
Know how to design an MVP with other stakeholders
Know process for how to prioritize features in your product
Understand the responsibilities, relationships, and boundaries between the PM and other stakeholders
Understand the difference between User Experience and Customer Experience

By the end of this lesson, students will be able to:

Define the Agile lifecycle and the Kanban and Scrum methodologies
Understand the responsibilities, relationships, and boundaries between the PM and other stakeholders
Understand how to prepare for market launch
How to define and measure success
Understand how to launch a product
Describe the various ways you can iterate your product

By the end of this lesson, students will be able to:

Understand the role of Quality Assurance.
Understand different experiments that measure your product’s value
Know how to conduct a User Interview
Understand basic SQL query searches

By the end of this lesson, students will be able to:

Understand basic messaging and communication strategies
Understand financial modeling and analytics optimizations
Know how to provide valuable feedback
Describe the entire product manager’s process from beginning to end

By the end of this lesson, students will be able to:

Understand common biases in product management
Know how to write a resume
Understand recruitment process
Know which interview questions to prepare for
Understand common interview methods for answering questions

By the end of this lesson, students will present a final project that:

Determines a problem that a group of users experience
Provides personas for these users
Creates a product/feature that solves this problem
Provides wireframes
Shares the customer’s journey
Identifies the market and business opportunity

4 Week Schedule (Barcelona Time, CET):
Tues & Thurs: 18:30 - 21:30;
Sat: 10:00 - 14:00

11 Week Schedule (Barcelona Time, CET):
Tues & Thurs: 19:30 - 21:30

Full-Time

Mon - Fri | 9:00 - 13:00 (Barcelona Time, CET)

Create a pitch deck that aligns with an organization you want to work at or applies to the space you want to work in. In addition to your outline, the culminating project will include an accompanying slide deck that you will present to the “Company Stakeholders.”

Each presentation will include:

- Determine a problem that a group of users experience
- Provide personas for these users
- Create a product/feature that solves this problem
- Provide wireframes
- Share the customer’s journey
- Identify the market and business opportunity

Tuition costs and PM course details

We offer this course once a month, part-time and within the Central European Summer Time Zone
Full- & Part-Time Course Schedules
Live, Online Bootcamp
1500
+ 300€ deposit
Pay in three installments over three months
Low-interest financing options
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Our educational review committee

Get to know the people behind our Product Management curriculum. Reviewed and approved by top-tier PMs.

Ido Josep

PM at Intuit Quickbooks, San Francisco

Ido is a seasoned Product Manager with 15 years of experience. He currently works as a Senior Product Manager at Intuit, Quickbooks, focusing on growing the Payroll product offerings. Prior to that Ido worked at Facebook where he built support tools for Facebook’s AR/VR products and commerce platforms. He has B2B experience from a start-up working on improving companies’ services sourcing using AI and has also worked as a consultant at McKinsey.

Quynh Phan

PM at Lyft, San Francisco

Quyhn has been a Product Manager in San Francisco for 9 years. Her first four years were spent as a mobile games PM where she specialized in virtual economies and live virtual events. She was the first product hire at Coin, the all-in-one card. For the last 2.5 years, she’s worked at Lyft leading Driver Onboarding and now Rider Early Lifecycle. She’s watched SF start-ups grow from the mobile boom, the rise and fall of social games, and several disruptions by pugnacious companies.

Arunima Sharma

PM at SalesForce, San Francisco

Arunima Sharma is currently an Associate Product Manager at Salesforce. She’s a published ML Researcher, TEDx speaker, and recipient of the Google Womentechmaker scholarship. She is passionate about solving problems at the intersections of computer science, social advocacy, and business intelligence. As founder of the APM Club, Arunima seeks to nurture empathetic leadership for a growing community of 150+ young Product Managers around the world.

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