Product management training providers

If you’ve ever asked yourself the question as to whether you’re any good at your job then I’m sure the answer would be ‘yes’.

But a second question ‘Are you as good as you could be?’ is likely to give a different answer.

We all feel we could learn more and be better at certain aspects of our job. No one is perfect (even my wife tells me that).

The product management and product marketing roles are at the center of any company with products. And when we do our job better it has a ripple effect across the whole company. Products are more successful and the company makes more money.

But these roles are broad and there is a bewildering array of traditional and newer approaches to be considered when tackling any task. How do you keep up with best practice? How do you understand the big picture and know what to prioritize?

Good training can give you insights into the various options and help educate you on the best approach to take in your circumstances.

From our survey, we know that around half of us have to learn ‘on-the-job’. Maybe we have a mentor, maybe we read up on things – maybe not.

Learning by doing has its place, but it’s not always the most effective way of learning. It can be slow, we make mistakes and it doesn’t help us with what world-class looks like.

Based on our experience, we believe the fastest, most effective and engaging training is face-to-face in the classroom.

If you’re considering training, then to help you make a decision on what’s best for you we’ve created a checklist of things to consider when selecting a training provider.


Project managers are natural problem-solvers. They set the plan and guide teammates, and manage changes, risks, and stakeholders.

Project Management has emerged in the business world as one of the most popular career fields in the twenty-first century. It encompasses and touches every facet and business unit of the organisation from human resources to finance and information technology. Having a project management qualification enables individuals to easily switch careers. The project management framework cuts across all disciplines while the tools and techniques required to manage projects remain the same.

Some of these tools and techniques may need to be adapted based on the nature of the project and the industry. This programme is intended to provide students with the framework for understanding the dynamics of project management and covers all the essential elements and processes in project management.

Target group:

Specifically, the course is aimed at all and every employee in a business or institution or organisation (project-driven and non project-driven) who may be involved with or who is interested in モproject-typeヤ work, similarly all people who may be responsible for planning and executing projects be it small or medium in size and ranging from low to medium complexity, aspirant project managers, junior project managers, assistant project managers, operations managers, project planners, project controllers, but even senior managers and CEOs who need to gain a basic understanding of and appreciation for the dynamic nature, unique body of knowledge and potential advantages which may be gained by project management

Project Management for Non-Project Managers
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Learn how to streamline and manage projects more efficiently and effectively in everyday business activities.

Organisations more than ever are under pressure to operate and deliver more effectively and efficiently in order to retain their existing customer base as well as to increase their market share. This places greater emphasis on streamlining internal operations, increases focus on customer needs and on superior service delivery in relation to competitors and within shorter timeframes.


This shift in mind-set requires managers to have the ability to execute and effectively utilise their resources to the best of their ability to derive direct tangible value through the projects they initiate. In today’s economic climate, an organisations ability to deliver against their strategic intent is a critical component to staying competitive and overall relevant.

Project Management is the discipline and process of managing the end-to-end activities within a project life-cycle from the planning, monitoring and control of all aspects of the project to budgeting, resource management and the motivation of all those involved; to achieve the project objectives on time and to the specified cost, quality and performance, in line with the strategic intent of the organisation.



  • Organisation – Business Departments
  • What Are the Functions of Organisation in Business?
  • Business Resources
  • Role of management
  • Responsibilities of Managers and Employees


  • What is management.
  • Planning Process.
  • Organising functions of management
  • Leading as a Management Function
  • Control Functions in an Organisation.
  • Accountable or responsible?


  • Decision making
  • Communication tasks.
  • Importance of trust.
  • Coordinating tasks
  • Motivation
  • Delegating Tasks
  • Disciplianry
  • Evaluation Process


  • What is Decision Making?
  • Definitions of Decision-making .
  • Characteristics of Decision Making.
  • Advantages of Decision Making.
  • Steps Involved In Decision Making Process.
  • Why Rational and Right Decisions Are Not Possible?
  • Reasons Why Rational and Right Decisions May Not Be Possible?
  • Relationship Between Planning and Decision-making.


  • Functions of management in a organisation.
  • The Importance of Organisational Structure.
  • Level of Management.

Project Management Course


TRAINYOUCAN (ETDP SETA) Accredited Training Network and its members is committed to follow all the ETQA requirements as stipulated by SAQA. 

This unit standard forms part of the qualification, National Certificate Project Management and is registered at Level 4 on the National Qualifications Framework. Learners accessing this standard will be involved in project management teams or involved in building small project management teams. These projects may be technical projects, business projects or developmental projects and will cut across a range of economic sectors. This standard will also add value to learners who are running their own business and recognise that project management forms an integral component of any business.

Project Management Course


  • The qualifying learner is capable of:
    Discussing and explaining the appropriateness of the various organisational structures.
    Supervising and monitoring a developmental project team.
    Reporting progress on a developmental project.
    Identifying and rectifying problems occurring in a developmental project.
    Setting up, running and closing a developmental project.
  • Recognition: Based on the National Qualifications Framework that is Nationally Accepted in South Africa, Department of Labour and Microsoft Certified courses.
  • Success rate of learner: Currently we have a very high success rate due to the “one-price-policy” that include additional support at no additional cost.

Note: Any person who wants to offer their services as an accredited individual, company or a training provider can only do so with a valid SOR (Statement of Results) from the ETDP SETA. No other document/certificate can be used, even if it reflects the same unit standard.

Project Management Course


  • Learners accessing this qualification will have demonstrated competence in mathematics and communication skills at NQF level 3 or equivalent.
    Learners accessing this qualification will have demonstrated competence in computer literacy and applicable software at NQF level 3 or equivalent.
  • Able to attend the contact session and any of our workshops offered.
  • Access to email and where possible to the internet for research.


BOOKINGS: Book online through our booking site here.


WHO SHOULD ATTEND the Project management course.

      • Anyone involved in projects – whether as project manager, project team member, planner or senior manager – will benefit from this program. The skills and techniques taught on this program are relevant to all sectors of business and government including services, engineering, social development and information management.
        • Project Manager
        • Project Team Member
        • Senior Manager
        • Event Management
        • General Management
        • construction Management
        • Executive Management
        • Business Owners

Project Management Course



As a valued customer the following is included as standard practices in TRAINYOUCAN induction of accredited course, namely:

  1. Detailed induction of the SETA, SAQA, NQF and Credits.
  2. Detailed explanation on the types of accreditation found, namely individual, training provider and programme accreditation.
  3. Difference between unit standards and qualifications with detailed explanation.
  4. FREE templates and resources on this topic, ready to be downloaded to use from our members forum.
  5. FREE resources on compiling your personal CV and registration with the SETA for Assessors and Moderators.
  6. Learners will create during the contact session their own Training Checklist, Training Venue Checklist and Training Evaluation, ready to be used in the workplace.
  7. Two complete learning programmes, namely “Fire Fighting” will be provided to each learner in the class to assist them with their presentations. We provide you will all the documents and templates required.