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Future Skills Short Course

Advanced Product Management

Advance your knowledge of the entire product value chain with a deep focus on innovation, lifecycle management, data driven insights, and commercial acumen to successfully launch new or optimise existing products.

There are no prerequisites, however we recommend if you don’t have product management experience, to undertake our Product Management Fundamentals course first.
Time commitment
6 weeks (8 hours per week)
There are no prerequisites, however we recommend if you don’t have product management experience, to undertake our Product Management Fundamentals course first.
Time commitment
6 weeks (8 hours per week)

Level up your skills and qualifications as a digital native

Teaming up with the best in industry, our courses lean into the future of work to deliver the best in structured, mentor-supported, 100% online education.

While leading the strategy, design, and execution of new and existing products, how do you optimise your value chain and maximise your investment through data-driven decisions at an advanced level?

Our Advanced Product Manager course will equip you with robust professional skills in product innovation, lifecycle management, commercial acumen, product economics, and data-driven decisions. You will learn to develop and justify a business case and commercial model, produce and present data visualisations to show key insights and explain your strategic decisions, coordinate a process to generate ideas, gather feedback and ideate product solutions as well as develop a strategy to support the product through its lifecycle. 

This course has been built with leading industry partners REA, Concentrix Catalyst and Telstra so you can feel confident that what you’re studying is best practice and aligned with the desired skillset in the industry.

Career outlook

Take a closer look at what opportunities in the Advanced Product Management field.

Job satisfaction

Product Managers have a job satisfaction of 4.1/5

Industry growth

22.3% predicted job growth in the next 5 years

Salary expectations

the typical salary for a Product Manager role is $125k

Job opportunities

In Australia, there are 1,400+ jobs available

Course overview

Learn more about our Advanced Product Management course in the video below.

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Course structure

  • Examine a product vision and strategy and understand its importance 
  • Explore the five stages of product lifecycle management 
  • Identify product opportunities and their value 
  • Understand your target customers and market competitors 

Learn with industry experts

Naomi Schofield
Naomi SchofieldSubject matter expert

Our subject matter experts on this course include people like Naomi Schofield. Naomi is the ANZ Head of Strategy and Design at Tigerspike. Despite a PhD in atomic and molecular physics and background in academia, Naomi loves working in teams and solving real-world problems. As an agile consultant and analyst, Naomi has worked with

Michael Ratten
Michael RattenSubject matter expert

Michael Ratten is the Delivery Principal at Tigerspike. With over 10 years' experience leading the delivery of digital products, Michael is still eagerly learning new ways of solving problems, and thrives on the opportunity to work with new clients and industries. Michael is often engrossed in value-focused lean delivery principles and has

Tessa Ng
Tessa NgSubject matter expert

Tessa Ng has over 10 years’ experience in digital product and strategy across the retail, prop-tech and financial services industries. She specialises in building out strategies and experiences that support fluid and non-linear customer journeys to drive engagement, awareness, conversion and loyalty. She has experience in both leading product teams and

Blair Dowding
Blair DowdingSubject matter expert

Blair Dowding is currently a product manager in REA Group's customer product team. Blair has over 5 years' industry experience driving product roadmaps in both the airline and property advertising industries. Among Blairs specialties include product strategy, optimisation and experimentation, user research and how to help build high performing teams.

Learner Success Team
Learner Success TeamRMIT Online

Our learner success team are here to help you with 1:1 coaching, tips on how to successfully study online, and any questions or concerns you may have.

Belinda Evans
Belinda EvansExpert industry mentor

Belinda Evans is a creative motivational leader and presenter who has enjoyed years of experience mentoring and as a project and product leader and coach. More than 20 years' working and coaching in large international companies, Belinda brings a treasure trove of experience leading and coaching teams, and a deep

Neeraj Sahu
Neeraj SahuExpert industry mentor

With over 18 years of technology expertise, my focus and interests lie in the realm of product management and leadership, notably with organisations like Xero, NAB, ANZ, HSBC, BT, Telstra, and NTT. I specialize in developing revenue-maximizing products and services, supported by a background in IT, an MBA, and ongoing

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Real world skills

Develop skills that have been validated by industry, while getting credentialed by a world-leading university.

Industry connected

You'll gain knowledge and practical skills from renowned industry partners who are at the forefront of their field.

Flexible delivery

Advance your career while you study. RMIT Online courses let you balance work, study and life commitments.

Supported community

Be guided by a network of industry experts and peers, and supported by our dedicated success team.

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