Product Management Course

Learn the best practices and tools by building a product using the skills learned such as scrum, user testing, prototyping, A/B testing, KPIs definition, etc.

  • Time
    8 weeks
    Classes on weeknights or weekends to align with your work schedule
  • Course Starts
    April 28, 2018
    1 Spot Left!
  • In-person Course In
    London
    16 Campuses in USA, Canada and UK

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Why Product School?

Founded in 2014, Product School provides product management, coding, data, and blockchain training to professionals across the U.S., Canada, and the UK.

With 16 campuses worldwide, you’ll be thought by instructors that are successful product managers with real-world experience working with renowned tech companies and other technology startups.

Job openings for Product Managers increased in 2017 by 30%

Source: LinkedIn Blog

Learn how to get a job in Product

We’ll train you in job search strategy to help you stand out above the rest.

Weekly mentorship and career support

The world’s top PM’s visit Product School to provide invalueable real-world insights into critical management issues.

Get Certified

You will be awarded the Product Management Certificate (PMC™).

Lifetime access to our Community

As a student and graduate of Product School courses you receive free entrance to our weekly events.

Learn with the best

What you will learn

Product Management Course

This is not your traditional lecture class. Expect a healthy mix of group work, hands-on practice with mentors, job search assistance, and an experiential learning process centered around managing the development of software products from beginning to end, and helping you become a product manager.
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  • Week 1: Assess Product Opportunities

    Product Management 101
    Strategically Understanding a Company
  • Week 2: Determine you Target Customer

    Creating an Opportunity Hypothesis
    Validating an Opportunity Hypothesis
  • Week 3: Define and Design your Product

    From Ideas to Action
    UX Design
  • Week 4: Build and Launch your Product

    Engineering Development Methodologies
    Product Marketing and Launch
  • Week 5: Measure and Iterate Your Product

    Product Iteration and Interview Questions
    Public Speaking I
  • Week 6: Course Review

    Public Speaking II
    Course Review & Final Project
  • Week 7: Demo Your Product

    Final Presentations
    Final Presentations Review
  • Week 8: Get a Product Job

    Job Searching Strategies
    Job Interview Practice

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