Project Manager

The project manager is probably the most important person on the project team. Virtually every successful business employs project managers to organize and execute projects. By 2024, project management jobs are projected to grow by 6%. Enroll on a course to take your place in a growing market!
From the first week of training
of 50% for each student
Course duration
3,5 months
Average salary
Teaching language
Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Other

This profession is for those who:

Wants to learn how to plan a project's strategy and objectives
Wants to learn how to plan a project's strategy and objectives
Wants to build a system of motivation and support for the team
Wants to build a system of motivation and support for the team
Can manage their time and work as part of a team
Can manage their time and work as part of a team

How to start a career in IT?

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Take an internship in a virtual laboratory
Complete an internship on a real project
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Course program

  • Who is a project manager and his/her role in the project
  • Project manager's tasks 
  • Basic terminology
  • Slang Dictionary
  • Remote work
  • Work on the international market
  • How to enter the international market
  • Peculiarities of mentalities
  • Theoretical basics of the project management
  • The key skills of a project manager
  • Initiative
  • Time Management
  • Goal Setting
  • Key performance indicators of a digital project
  • Project Management tools
  • Key tools for working in a team
  • Theoretical basics of the project
  • Consumer segments
  • Competitor research
  • Auto-functions and promotion channels
  • Project life cycle
  • Project initiation and planning
  • Project Road Map
  • Basic project documentation
  • Showcasing the project to the customer
  • Project Resource Management
  • Team building and resource mobilization
  • Basic approaches to project management
  • Agile. Basic Agile methodologies
  • Waterfall, Scrum, Kanban methodologies
  • Theories of inventive problem solving
  • Leadership Knowledge Base
  • Flexible Leadership
  • Executive Barriers
  • Subordinate Barriers
  • Delegating
  • The 6 Questions to an Employee Technique
  • Employee engagement through leadership and team building
  • Dream Team
  • Attributes of positive teamwork
  • Soft and hard skills development
  • Distribution of Responsibilities and Roles
  • Features of remote team management
  • Emotional burnout
  • Basic knowledge of communication
  • Working with conflicts
  • Basic rules of communication with customers
  • Rules of communication with the team
  • Interaction with related project teams
  • Communication with customers
  • Rules of written communication
  • Business etiquette
  • Introduction to finance. Basic concepts
  • Methods of business analysis
  • Main types of financial accounting
  • Key performance indicators
  • Financial and analytical tools
  • Analysis of Financial Statements
  • Evaluation of projects and business solutions
  • Knowledge base of QA|Fe specialists
  • Theoretical basis of QA|Fe specialist work
  • Types of tests: TDD, BDD
  • User story, Use case
  • Mind map | road map
  • Release management
  • How to prepare a resume
  • Writing a cover letter
  • How to get a job interview
  • Test assignment for PM position

What will your resume look like after training?

Project manager
Hard skills
  • Agile, Waterfall
  • Jira,Confluence,Trello
  • EX (Extreme Programming)
  • Mind map
  • Case Study
  • Scrum, Kanban
  • Negotiation
  • Delegation of Authority
Soft skills
  • Flexible mind and critical thinking
  • Team leadership skills
  • Good time management
  • Continuous self-improvement
  • High degree of stress resistance
  • Ability to manage conflict

Advantages of training at DevEducation

Ability to study from anywhere in the world at a convenient time
Practice from the first classes and the creation of a quality portfolio
Training is systematic and conducted by experienced IT-specialists

Student Feedback

  • Polina Gerasimova
    Polina Gerasimova
    Frontend Developer
    The course is well-planned, there are video lessons, reading materials and practical assignments. We had daily meetings with the expert on weekdays, where we could ask questions. If something wasn't clear, they always helped. I also want to mention the excellent work of the course supervisors. Always supportive, always kept in touch, and helped with all questions. I really liked the course. Especially the projects in the virtual laboratory. They were very interesting, you had to think for yourself and come up with some solutions. I think it was a good course to enter the IT sector. That's why I recommend it to everyone and wish you good luck!
  • Liya Ivaninskaya
    Liya Ivaninskaya
    Project Manager
    Despite the fact that in the past I already had experience as a packaging manager (very similar to PM role), the course surprised me. I did not know that the leadership style could be changed. I thought that some people are gifted and some are not, for example, to inspire people to follow themselves. But the course made me realize that there are tools for that, and it is possible to practice and achieve your goals. I went to the course having a test project. And, for the sake of the experiment, I began to do everything in accordance with the advice from the course. It is amazing: you just take it and do it, and the path from the idea to the finished site lies under your feet. In fact, finding a new project is not a problem after the course. Now, looking through the vacancies for the PM role, I can say: "Yes, I understand it, I know these words, and I know what to do with it and how to work”.
  • Mariia Spivak
    Mariia Spivak
    Java Developer
    I graduated from the DevEducation course in Java. Immediately after completing the course, I was invited for an interview with a company, which I successfully passed, and now I am finishing my probationary period. It is very valuable that the courses were taught by guys who work as developers. They shared invaluable experience and knowledge, were always in touch and answered all the questions that came up. After the first lesson, we already started to practice, and at the end of the course we created a whole project as a team. The school really promotes real IT specialists and gives a chance for interesting and promising work.
  • Anastasia Koval
    Anastasia Koval
    Project Manager
    I found out about courses from DevEducation through their instagram page. During my studies, there were many new things for me. Some stuff was absolutely unknown, but İ knew a few things already and thanks to the courses I deepened my knowledge. The course is very condensed, in just 5 weeks we managed to go through what one would normally do in a year of study. Everything that we learned was very practical, not theory, but taken from real situations. This is due to the fact that all the teachers are acting PMs in different companies. I am grateful for the experience they gave us.
  • Violette Kuzmenko
    Violette Kuzmenko
    QA Automation Engineer
    I came to DevEducation as a newcomer to IT. I gained a lot of theoretical and practical QA skills which I can easily apply to my current work. DevEducation not only gives you experience, but also the opportunity to realize your potential. This enables you to become a professional and reach greater heights. Don’t be afraid to start something new — try it and you won’t regret it.
  • Victor Zozulya
    Victor Zozulya
    Java Developer
    I worked as a bartender for a long period, but had also wanted to try out IT for a long time. What matters at DevEducation are the people. The head of the academy personally spoke with me in the interview, and I felt supported by all the staff throughout training. The teachers placed great importance on quality training and the ability to find a job quickly and efficiently. I’m now a software developer and my work has given me the chance to learn multiple libraries and languages. But it was DevEducation that laid the foundation for all of this!
  • Valentin Zuev
    Valentin Zuev
    QA Automation Engineer
    Before joining DevEducation, I worked a lot of jobs — courier, sales representative, online store manager, and content manager. But in each of them, there came a moment when I realized that I was no longer advancing. Then I decided to find a field where there would always be opportunities to grow, so I chose IT. DevEducation courses helped me create a huge foundation of knowledge, practice a lot, and participate in hackathons with teams from different countries. I currently work for WizardsDev in a QA/AT role. Remember: no matter who you were and what you've done before, set yourself a goal and build your own successes!

Most frequently asked questions

The course is taught in Russian. English IT terminology is used.
At the end of the course, you will receive a certificate confirming your qualifications.
The training takes place in an online format. You can study at any convenient time.
Courses are taught by subject-matter experts with more than 5 years of experience, as well as current employees of partner IT companies.
The grant holder has no legal or financial obligations to the academy. You have the right to refuse to use the grant or to use it to take another course.
The program can be found at in the "Courses" section. You can also leave a request and we will tell you the details over the phone.
Leave a request on our website, we'll call you back and help you choose the right field.
Go to, choose a course of interest, and look through the description of the ideal student. From it, you will learn what knowledge will be useful for getting a grant.
After taking the Project Manager course, you will be able to work immediately as a junior project manager, manage resources, plan tasks, and evaluate results.
Yes, all classes are held online.
If you received a grant, you will have a contract with you that specifies the name of the course and the number of study hours. Also at the end of the course, you will receive a report on the work done.
Yes, in as little as 5 months, with up to 1 hour a day of study, you will have an in-demand profession.
We are a non-profit project, and we try to make sure that every interested student gets a training grant. A student's desire for a grant means a strong passion for the IT industry. We support people who are enthusiastic about the idea of becoming professionals. The price of the course when you get the grant is symbolic. It is simply a filter against unscrupulous students and an indicator of the seriousness of the student's intentions. We don't make money on selling any course. Our benefit is to supply IT companies with high-level specialists — much higher than what job sites or HR services provide. We give the highest quality training in the market of IT education in terms of getting a profession. The content of the training programs is initially focused on the real TOR of modern IT companies. We know exactly what you need for employment. We agreed with the partner companies to allocate money for training. This made the courses accessible to any interested student. Even though we meet the demands of business, we play completely on the side of the student in terms of the learning process.

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Project Manager courses
Since the rapid development of the world economy in the last century, the term "project" has been used quite often. The position of project manager appeared in the information technology industry for the first time. After the success of IT companies, the profession has gained a foothold in other fields as well.   It is worth noting that not all organizations pay proper attention to project management, which is a big mistake. Data from Mediawire says that businesses that don't properly value the importance of the PM profession fall short in 67% of product work. So if you want to build a productive company, especially in the IT industry, it is essential to have a good project manager. And for those who are interested in this profession and thinking about where to get practical skills so they can qualify for a prestigious position, we will publish some tips.

Who is the PM?

First, let's clarify what the term "project" means. This is a kind of working event, which has a time limit. Its goal is to produce a certain unique product. If we are talking not about a unique element, we will be talking about operational activities. For example, the release of the first car model is a project, and the production of other identical ones on an assembly line basis is operational work. The project includes several stages:
  • Initiation;
  • Planning;
  • Fulfillment;
  • Monitoring control;
  • Completion (achievement of the result agreed upon at the beginning).
Even from the first stage, the project manager is involved in the work, controlling each of them until a logical conclusion is reached.  We should mention the three elements on which the project is based: deadlines, lists of tasks and volumes, and the resources needed. Any change in them leads to a revision of all the other parts and will directly affect the product itself. The PM manages all these key elements, they are responsible for the balance of forces, completeness, and following expectations. The customer specifies in advance the quality of the product and related components that are expected to be seen in the end, the deadlines, and the available budget. Another very exciting part of a specialist's job is risk management activities. The process usually takes place using such a tool as brainstorming. The people in charge, united, generate possible developments that could prevent the success of the project, all the elements that could go wrong, all the things that could fail. These items are combined into a list, and each is given a different status (high, medium, low probability), as well as the level of influence on the workflow. These risks are regularly reviewed and updated, and the chances of materializing in real life are assessed. It is impossible not to mention the process of communication. The project manager establishes relationships with everyone involved in the project. These are all team employees, contractors, partners, executives, customers, and end users. The PM knows who is responsible for what, who does what work, and who to contact to solve this or that problem. This greatly simplifies and speeds up operations and issues.

Qualities of an ideal project manager

Let's analyze what personal qualities a project management specialist should have for providing a successful product: It should be a responsible person. That is, take the job seriously and understand how many responsibilities are assigned. In the end, a project manager will be responsible for any shortcomings, omissions, failure to meet deadlines, and other errors. No one is going to figure out why the average employee did not perform their task or made an oversight. After all, it is the responsibility of the project manager to check compliance with the TOR, deadlines, and quality control of the work of the entire team. At the same time, it is the PM who tells the customer the negative news (if something didn't work out for the team, if contractors failed, or if the market showed the wrong results). As a liaison, the PM takes responsibility and recognizes the commitment to do with everything that happens in the company. Stress tolerance is a must. During the work on the project, there is often the possibility of force majeure, last-minute deadlines, non-delivered materials, the breaking down of a program, and so on and so forth. And the project manager is "boiled" in all this. They control the quality of tasks, explain to the customer what went wrong and why it did not work, communicate with employees, and calmly find out what kind of help is needed. The PM is ready to take the hit, quell conflicts, and quickly look for solutions. Leadership skills. Such qualities as charisma, the talent to lead a team, the gift of persuasion, public speaking, and conveying thoughts clearly, intelligibly, and understandably are important in the work of a project management specialist. The customer and the owner of the company must see that a strong person rules the project, understands what is required, and can in a short time to organize people. Purposefulness is something one cannot go into the profession without. After all, the main task of a project manager is to bring a project to completion. Despite all the difficulties, stresses, misunderstandings, and lack of resources that can be encountered in the process, you need to remember what you and your team are going for, and remind them of that, motivate everyone. The PM is the person every employee can rely on; the customer relies on their word. One more quality is initiative. The specialist must be enthusiastic about the project, show genuine interest and remain active at all stages. It is, in fact, the driver of the team who is able to lift spirits, no matter how difficult the times and circumstances may be.

Project Manager course: where to learn

Courses from DevEducation offer a quality training program for the profession of project manager. You will get up-to-date knowledge and learn the necessary tools that will be useful in your work. Teachers are practitioners who have more than one successful project in their assets. They will share insider knowledge, advice, and help you get much closer to an interesting and prestigious profession.