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Important: This learning plan is designed for UiPath Process Mining standalone (v2021.10 and below) users.
UiPath no longer sells this product to new Process Mining customers. If your organization is using this product, this learning plan is for you.
If you are new to UiPath Process Mining or using UiPath Process Mining on Automation Cloud or Automation Suite, visit the UiPath Process Mining documentation portal for more details.
If you're interested in migrating to Process Mining via Automation Cloud or Automation Suite, please reach out to your UiPath Account Executive, and/or review the migration documentation.
The Process Mining Analyst Foundation is a collection of courses meant to get you up and running with the analysis of business processes using UiPath Process Mining to uncover inefficiencies and propose improvements.
The learning plan introduces the UiPath Process Mining component of the UiPath Platform, as well as the frameworks and best practices for performing a meaningful process analysis.
The training consists of three individual courses:
You’ll begin with Get Started with UiPath Process Mining, which introduces scientific process discovery and explains what UiPath Process Mining is, how it works, and when to use it.
In Process Analysis Fundamentals you will get familiar with the role of an analyst during a process discovery project, and you will get comfortable with using the Process Mining software, all while practicing on a business case.
Finally, Process Analysis Advanced introduces the Process Mining Cycle, the types of analysis, and the best practices on how to perform an end-to-end process discovery.
Each course takes between 2 to 4 hours to complete, and the total duration of the learning plan is 8 hours.
At the end of the Process Mining Analyst Foundation, you will receive a Diploma of Completion.
This learning plan is for anyone who uses UiPath Process Mining applications to analyze business processes. The typical roles engaged in that are Process Analysts (Business Analysts), Process Owners, and Process Experts.