Unfortunately IT Project Manager is one of those meaningless job titles which covers anything from ticking boxes and having a complex understanding of networking, data centres, business, finance, law and general mangagement.
Since you have an IT degree you have a basic understanding of IT. If you go the pre-sales route you could meet some customers and get a job with one of them.
99% of project management is simply checking if people have done what they said they would do, checking things have arrived and looking out for forest fires. Unfortunately you only spot a forest fire once you have been burnt a couple of times.
I think pre-sales is the best option because they are often commissioned based and so have a high turnover.
I would not spend much money on training unless you need a PM qualification but buy some books so you can say the words.