Learn Product Management in 12 Weeks.
Gain practical training from industry experts in our 12 week, part-time evening course.
Master the product development process
Gain complete insight into product development. Learn to create product specs, clearly define features and prioritize releases.
Gain industry-grade skills and tools
Create a product roadmap, business model canvas, MVP, key metrics, personas and more!
Learn from industry experts
Gain valuable, relevant insight and best practices from leading product managers in the field.
Learn how to identify and tackle new problems, define creative solutions, guide a product through the development cycle using new methodologies and tools as well as create a product roadmap and goto market strategy.
Define the multiple roles & responsibilities of a Product Manager. Understand how customer needs translate into product features, and identify the underlying risks and assumptions associated with new features.
Understand each phase of a product life cycle, and identify the different methods of developing a product.
Use the best metrics and KPIs to track a variety of subjects, identify tools to measure metrics, and understand the concept of the customer conversion funnel.
Identify and define three distinct phases along a product’s timeline: pre-launch, pre-market fit, and post-market fit, and build a product roadmap.
Gain feedback from peers, instructor, and guest panelists that will identify strengths and areas for improvement.
Ohad is a product expert at Similarweb and a product mentor at Google Campus. He was one of the creators of Swayy, and spent about 7 years working in UX, product management, and online marketing. Ohad talks & writes mostly about startup culture, content marketing, and social media on his personal blog and The Next Web, Social Media Today, The Marker, and more.
Dan-ya is a tech ninja, from a growth hacker to a product manager and a data scientist- Dan-ya did it all. Started as a marketer, focused on SEM and product design, Dan-ya soon became a VP product for Logia Mobile. At Xpinator she was designing and spec-ing gaming products and at EvreythingMe she worked as a growth hacker performance based marketer.
Sagee is a Co CEO and CPO at Brightcom. Previously he founded Topical, a big data startup and Serendip, an innovative social music discovery service. His Prior roles include Director of Product Management at RADVISION, and numerous R&D managerial positions in leading companies, including NICE, Memco Software, and Meicom Technologies.
A career is not a job. It is your pathway towards reaching your own personal and professional goals. Each graduate of Elevation Academy receives one-on-one mentoring and support to figure out his/her goals, and to create a strategy to reach these goals.
Elevation Academy is at the forefront of the industry, creating partnerships and connections to best assist the needs of the industry and the needs of our graduates. You will be exposed to experts from the industry each week in the course, invited for networking events with leading speakers, or have the ability to connect with companies looking for someone just like you.
Learn how to tell your story in one page. Resumes are an art that can be mastered. Through one-on-one meetings we will create a resume for you that best suits the different goals we have set.
Our product management students have been hired by top companies such as Wix.com, Pango, TipRanks and more. We recognize great opportunities in the market around us- get the best industry-based training and build your career as a Product Manager.
Learn the product development cycle and develop your career as a Product Manager.
Submit the short application form and challenge. Be sure to apply at least 2 weeks in advance.
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Jan 20 - Apr 10
Sun - Wed | 6pm - 9pm
Tel Aviv Campus
Jan 20 - Apr 10
Tel Aviv Campus |
It seems that everyone has an idea about the ‘next big thing’ but few people have the knowledge, skills and tools to bring a product to life. This is where Product Managers come into play.
Product managers are critical to organizations. As the focal points between business, design, and technology, they are uniquely positioned to assess whether a product makes business sense, is desired by users and is technologically feasible. Whether they’re developing their own product or working within a larger organization, product managers work with key stakeholders, designers, and developers to ensure that the final product meets both customer and business objectives.
Having experience in the high-tech industry is a big advantage since much of our content is based on familiarity with this ecosystem We want you to learn and study among potential colleagues and expand your professional network in class. Regardless of which industry you’re from, or want to enter, you’ll learn to launch viable, market‐ready products that anticipate user needs by making tough decisions and working with stakeholders.
By the end of the course, you’ll be able to:
Clearly describe the role of a product manager
Learn to develop a product, the lean startup way
Effectively determine key risks and assumptions of a given product in order to test them
Effectively define and measure KPIs
Measure a product’s success and track its lifecycle.
Use tools and methodologies such as: Agile, Scrum, Analytics, Wireframing, Storyboarding.
This course is taught in Hebrew. However, as the startup industry often requires a working knowledge of English, all of the course presentations are in English and students are expected present their final projects in English.
This course takes place twice a week between 6pm-9pm.
You will gain developing and researching skills regarding products and customers opening up greater employment opportunities as a Product Manager or within your current role.
The course will introduce you to the wild and exciting world of product management, and enable you to understand and practice what product managers do in their day-to-day life.
No. You’ll learn everything you need from scratch.