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Introduction to Automation

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  • November 19, 2023
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Introduction to Automation

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Course details

Difficulty Level

Beginner

Language

English

Completion time

001:00:00

Product covered

About the Introduction to Automation course 

If you're new to automation and exploring the UiPath Automation Cloud platform or just looking for career opportunities in this field, this course is an excellent fit for you! 

Dive into the core aspects of automation using UiPath, learn about the practical benefits for you and your organization, and understand different human-robot collaboration scenarios. Don't miss the chance to create your very first automation project as you take your first steps into the world of automation. 

This course takes 1 hour to complete. At the end, you will receive a diploma of completion.

Introduction to Automation course audience  

This course is dedicated to any audience interested in knowing what are the basics of automation.  

Introduction to Automation agenda  

This course covers the basics of automation and some of the most common questions: 

  • What is automation? 
  • How can automation help me? 
  • How do I team up with a robot? 
  • Configure your first automation 
  • How can automation fit into my business? 
  • How do I identify automation opportunities?

Learning Objectives 

At the end of the Introduction to Automation course, you should be able to:   

  • Grasp automation fundamentals, including UiPath automation models, and effectively share the benefits with colleagues across departments. 
  • Describe different collaborative scenarios between humans and robots in an automated enterprise, as well as the roles that support the automation journey and the roles you can take in this context. 
  • Create a simple automation project in Studio Web using templates. 
  • Assess the applicability of automation for personal tasks and identify potential tasks/processes from daily work that can be automated.