UiPath collaborates with Trainocate

Enterprise automation software provider UiPath today announced a collaboration with training provider Trainocate to offer courses aligned to UiPath Certified Professional (UCP) accreditations.

As a UiPath Learning Partner (ULP), Trainocate will help design and develop the course program intended to be a combination of in-person, online and blended sessions.

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“The need for automation technologies in the market has grown exponentially and has carved out a requirement for a skilled talent ecosystem. We are looking to build a workforce that has the knowledge and experience to propel their organisation to a fully automated enterprise,” said Rick Harshman, Senior Vice President and Managing Director, Asia Pacific and Japan, UiPath.

Organisations are increasing the pace of their digital transformation journeys and are looking to implement automation at an enterprise level. A UiPath survey last year found that 70% of C-level executives believe it’s important for employees in non-technical roles to have a working knowledge of automation and AI tools.

These courses will help upskilling of existing professionals in the market and will also help prepare new entrants in the ecosystem in roles such as RPA Developers, Business Analysts, Solution Architects, RPA Architects, and others.

Alok Shrivastava, Vice President, Learning Alliances and Certification, UiPath, said, “Each partnership in our skilling journey furthers our goal to democratise automation and make it easily accessible.”

The ULP courses offered by Trainocate will be delivered through an instructor who holds UCP credentials.

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“Individuals across the globe are displaying curiosity to understand automation and are recognising the need to skill themselves in different aspects of this field. We are proud to have partnered with UiPath and intend to educate, enable, and equip the workforce with the right knowledge and tools to implement automation,” said Takashi Ozawa, President and CEO, Trainocate.

The UiPath Learning Partner program works with leading training companies for Instructor-led (ILT) or online platform-based self-study training, to deliver flexible, role-based, customized training and certifications in UiPath technologies.



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