18 December 2019

Meet the Newest UiPath Academy Courses

18 December 2019

Meet the Newest UiPath Academy Courses



Have you heard about hyperautomation?


It’s more than a buzzword—it’s an exciting new opportunity combining Robotic Process Automation (RPA) with artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), process mining, decision management, and natural language processing (NLP).


With our newest release, UiPath is giving you brand new tools to thrive in this exciting new era.


But, you might say, how can you learn to use them?


Enter UiPath Academy.


Check out these new courses that will prepare you for the world of hyperautomation.


What’s new on Academy?


StudioX training

What is StudioX? StudioX democratizes RPA and empowers business users to automate tasks with an easy-to-use version of our flagship software, UiPath Studio. Through seamless Microsoft Office integration, and simple, intuitive controls, anyone can start automating today with StudioX.


Who is the course for? Anyone. Whether you have coding experience or not, and regardless of the industry you work in, StudioX helps you automate your life.


What does the course teach? This course includes hands-on modules to guide you through your first automation project, shows you how to use the StudioX interface, and highlights the core features of StudioX.


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2019.10 training

What is 2019.10? The UiPath Platform 2019.10 release (LTS release) includes a host of new capabilities from long-running workflows to new tools designed to empower you to manage the entire automation lifecycle.


Who is the course for? This training is designed for RPA developers.


What does the course teach? With this new training, you can get up to speed on the latest RPA features for UiPath Studio, Orchestrator, Robots, Driver, Activities, and more.


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RPA Developer Foundation training

What is this course? The RPA Developer Foundation training has been completely revamped for the hyperautomation era, with a focus on real-life deployments.


Who is the course for? The RPA Developer Foundation training course was created for RPA Developers.


What does the course teach? Using feedback from UiPath developers, customers, and partners, this new Foundation course equips you for production-ready deployments with 40 hours of demos, exercises, and learning content.


What are UiPath developers saying about this course?


"When building the new Foundation course, our goal was to get to the core of what a developer new to RPA needs to know in order to build a simple production-ready automation. We didn't just want to get input from our awesome developers here at UiPath, we invited them to be co-creators. Luckily, they jumped at the opportunity to share their experience and make life better for other developers just starting out. Follow this course to get their perspective on the practical side of being an RPA developer: how to get started, what to do, what not to do, how to make your project stable, what the next steps are, and where you can get support."
-Calin Grigorescu, course architect, UiPath


Please note: the previous Foundation course will be retired at the end of February 2020. If you are already taking this version, we encourage you to check out the new Foundation course. If you would like to finish the previous version before it’s archived, please complete it by February 29, 2020.


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Don’t forget, RPA Developer Advanced certification is free until March 31, 2020


On a personal note…

Brandon Hall Group recently presented UiPath with the Gold Excellence award in the "Best Results of a Learning Program" for our robot for every person initiative.


While we’re humbled and grateful for the honor, it would not have been possible without you. More than 500,000 people are learning how to automate their lives through UiPath Academy.


Collectively you have taken more than 10 million hours of training.


We can't wait to see what you build after checking out the newest Academy courses!



Cosmin Simion is the Academy program manager at UiPath.

by Cosmin Simion

TOPICS: Learning RPA, UiPath Academy, hyperautomation

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