Take a good fundamentals class with lots of hands-on exercises is what I would recommend.
Assuming you don't have sufficient experience, Here are my suggestions:
I'd suggest that you try to get a role as a project analyst or coordinator on a project in the technology domain as that is your strength. With some experience in that role, you'd be well-positioned for a Project Manager role.
Next, go for the PMP Certification. It is a globally acknowledged professional certification program in project management, that legalizes a professional’s education, experience, skill, and competency that is required to lead and direct projects.
To know more, refer to https://www.edureka.co/blog/what-is-pmp/
There's a youtube playlist that you can refer to in case you want to learn PMP and get certified.
Also, read PM Network regularly along with other online references. Find a seasoned PM willing to mentor you within your industry and ideally your company.
Good luck and all the best.