Start your free Product Management for Beginners Course

Free product management short course

Start your free Product Management for Beginners Course

  • Get an intro to product management and career change.
  • Learn about the different areas of product management.
  • Discover if product management is for you.

Should you consider a career in product management?

Do you feel frustrated or stuck in your current job?

Wish you had more flexibility and growth in your career?

Do you like a good mix of analytical and strategic work?

If you can relate to the above, it might be time to consider a career change. Product managers have the advantage of being able to work remotely, freelance, and earn a great salary.

From beginner to product manager

Later in 2022 we'll be releasing our full Product Management Program for people looking to switch into a lucrative career as a product manager. This program will make it possible to become a product manager in as little as 5 months—even if you are a complete beginner. Try out this free short course and see if product management is right for you.

FAQ

1. What will I learn exactly?

This email course covers the basics of product management, introducing to the different steps in product management, from research and prototyping to MVPs and product iterations.

2. Why study with CareerFoundry?

We have successfully helped thousands of students from all different backgrounds become fully-fledged designers and developers. The graduates from our full, career-change programs now work at companies like Google, Apple, and more.

3. What if I have no experience of product management?

Then this course is for you! You'll get a first taste of what a product manager does in their day job, and be able to decide whether it's the career for you!

4. I'm very busy—can I still study?

This free course for beginners is designed to take just 10-15 minutes per day.

What people are saying about this course

It was great! Just detailed enough to get me interested and make me want to visit every link, but not so long that it felt overwhelming.

Helpful and informative. The links to real web developers' portfolios were especially helpful to give an idea of what it takes to build one.

I enjoyed it! It gave me a more real-life experience than just a classroom experience.

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