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Robotic Process Automation using UiPath Certification Training

Course Description

Robotic Process Automation using UiPath Certification Training

The Robotic Process Automation (RPA) using UiPath certification training will build your RPA expertise from the ground up using the advanced UiPath platform. This course enhances your credibility as an experienced RPA professional validating your ability to automate UiPath based projects.

RPA Certification Course Overview

The RPA certification training is designed to help you master RPA processes and best practices using the UiPath RPA platform. UiPath offers fast RPA design, deployment, and scalability for all your business requirements with unmatched security and auditing. This RPA online course also prepares you for the RPA Developer Advanced Certification exam.


This RPA using UiPath certification training is ideal for anyone with a technical background who wants to build or kickstart a career in this high demand field. Professionals who would benefit from this training include developers, project managers, architects, operations support, team leads, and product managers.


This RPA using UiPath certification is ideal for anyone with a technical background. Basic programming knowledge of any development language (C#, .Net, VB, Java, etc.) is beneficial. Simplilearn’s “Introduction to Robotic Process Automation” and “Core Java” courses are also recommended and offered as a free compliment when you purchase this course.

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Course Syllabus

Lesson 0 – Robotic Process Automation Foundation

0. Course Introduction
1. Robotic Process Automation
2. How RPA works
3. ROI-Building a business case
4. RPA Implementation in Enterprise
5. List of RPA Tools and Selection Checklist
6. Case study on Henn na hotel

Lesson 1 – Introduction to Robotic Process Automation

1. Why RPA
2. Industry implementation of RPA
3. RPA Growth trends
4. Different RPA tools
5. Types of Bots
6. Why UiPath
7. UiPath Installation
8. Setting up the browser

Lesson 2 – Getting started with UiPath automation

1. Getting started with UiPath
2. Project and Project types
3. UiPath Dashboard
16. Files in UiPath
17. Sequence and Flowcharts
18. State Machine
4. Ribbon
5. Universal Search Bar
6. Activities Panel(Common Activities)
7. Importing Packages
8. Demo on Importing Packages
9. Design Panel
10. Library Panel
11. Project Panel
12. Properties Panel
13. Outline Panel
14. Output Panel
15. Control Panel

Lesson 3 – UI Automation and System Activities

1. What is UI automation
2. System activities
3. Demo on System Activities
4. Types of Variables
7. Output Panel
8. Custom Packages
5. Managing Arguments
6. Understanding Scopes and Assign

Lesson 4 – User Events and Data Scraping

1. What are User Events and common User Events
2. Excel, CSV and Mail Automation
3. What is Data Scraping and types
4. Selectors
5. Selectors and Wildcards
6. Selector editing
7. Adding variables and relative elements

Lesson 5 – Workflow OCR and Citrix Automation activities

1. Introduction to Workflow activities
3. Citrix Automation
2. Introduction to Orchestrator activities
4. Introduction to PDF automation
5. PDF automation using OCR

Lesson 6 – Programming, Debugging and Exception Handling

1. Programming activities
2. Debugging and exception handling

Lesson 7 – UiPath Orchestrator

1. Orchestrator overview
2. Connecting a robot
3. Create an environment and associate the robot
4. Publish a package
5. Create a process from the package
6. Run a robot and examine logs
8. Queues in Orchestrator
7. Schedule and run an unattended robot

Lesson 8 – REFramework

1. Overview of REFramework
2. Components of REFramework workflow
3. Config file
4. Global variables
5. The default type of variables in the Main workflow


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