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Duration

8 weeks

Tuition

$3,999

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May 21-Jul 11

Commitment

Part-Time

Delivery

Classroom

Credential

Certificate

Year Founded

2014

Average Class Size

10:1

Scholarships

no

During this 8-week part-time course, you will learn product management best practices and tools by building a product using the skills learned throughout the class such as scrum, user testing, prototyping, A/B testing, KPIs definition, etc.

You’ll also learn how to get a job in product. Becoming a product manager is not only about learning hard skills but also about soft skills. We’ll train you in public speaking, stakeholder management and job search strategy to help you stand out above the rest.

Certification 

You will be awarded with the Software Product Management (SPM®) certification upon successful completion of this course.

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Student Reviews (4)

Product School

Best Course ever

Toronto •

Graduated From

Product Management

Overall:

5 out of 5

Instructors:

5 stars

Curriculum:

5 stars

Job Assistance:

5 stars

Best Course ever

Best Course ever

Product School

From sketch to product

Toronto •

Graduated From

Overall:

5 out of 5

Instructors:

5 stars

Curriculum:

5 stars

Job Assistance:

5 stars

Throughout my experience, I have gone through product lifecycle in different types of a product without knowing that I'm going through such a thing. Having Product School clearing it up with case study experience from instructors and guest speakers. Th...

Throughout my experience, I have gone through product lifecycle in different types of a product without knowing that I'm going through such a thing. Having Product School clearing it up with case study experience from instructors and guest speakers. The work that product school is giving to student help clears up my confusion with product related work and the engaging curricular is fun with classmates of a different work background.

I hope Product School is able to achieve their goal further to bring as many product managers into the tech world where is demanding to bring the whole product together. The job work is still new and soon it will be a full career path.

Now I know where I can improve my craft to work as a full fetch Product Manager. Thank you Product School.

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