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Product Manager Career Benefits
Product management certifications demonstrate the accomplishment of core product knowledge to employers and are highly-valued across industries since they have verifiable skills. Product professionals gain access to local groups, networks, and resources available only to Product HQ members.
About Our instructors
Kevin Lee is the founder of Product HQ. Kevin has previously worked in Product at AltSchool (backed by Andreessen Horowitz, Founders Fund, First Round Capital, Mark Zuckerberg, John Doerr, and other exceptional investors). Previously, he was a Senior Product Manager at Kabam, where he worked on products through all life cycles in San Francisco, Vancouver, and Beijing and helped grow one of the company’s products to become the third-largest revenue-generating product in the company portfolio. In his former life, he worked in Technology Investment Banking at Merrill Lynch. He is also the author/co-author of 10+ gaming patents.
Dhaval Bhatt is a partner at Product HQ. He has over 5+ years of product marketing experience and 10+ of engineering experience. He’s led the development and product teams in both marketing and AI at companies, including Honeywell Aerospace, LifeLock, and Wells Fargo. He’s also taught data science at UC Berkeley.
PMHQ hosts the Product Manager Certification Courses, which helps candidates develop a high-level understanding of PM fundamentals and prepares them for a career in product management.
The community has been extensively covered in Forbes, Product Hunt, Huffington Post, AlphaUX, Mattermark, and various other major publications. PMHQ also stands out as one of the top PM communities in the world, with global sponsors including Facebook, TechCrunch, Hired, SaaStr, Notion, Amplitude, and more.
In the past, there was a clear lack of courses within the product management landscape, especially in terms of providing valuable vocational training and teaching candidates the techniques of the trade.
To address this knowledge shortfall, Product HQ created PM training courses. This courses have theoretical and practical modules that focus on developing fundamental PM skills in candidates while preparing them for a PM career.
Throughout this course, candidates will learn how to develop skills that will enable them to develop, launch, and market software products, while also overseeing product development projects within their company.
In short, this course will teach you what it takes to become a PM professional and how to be successful in a product management career.
The actual PM professional salary may differ from the average estimate above, based on factors such as the specific salary package at a company, the candidate’s level of experience, and their academic qualifications.
PM professionals with a product management course experience such as PMHQ's PM Course usually have a greater chance to reach or exceed the national average salary.
Besides the lectures, both courses include exclusive interviews and Q&A sessions with industry experts, as well as downloadable PM templates.
The course is for you if:
⚬ You can dedicate up to an hour daily for a week.
⚬ You have an academic background in management and are looking to expand into PM.
⚬ You are currently a management trainee looking to settle into a product manager role.
⚬ You want to explore a product manager role and need an introductory course on the subject.
⚬ You are starting out in software product management and want to develop some PM expertise.
Product HQ is the perfect community to join to not only become a better PM, but also have tons of helpful resources to assist you on the way to a successful career as a product manager.
Some understanding of the subject, or elementary experience in the PM field, is recommended. However, it is not mandatory and candidates completely new to the subject are encouraged to apply.