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The partnership will help to build skills around Automation technologies

Bengaluru, NFAPost: Leading enterprise automation software company UiPath announced its collaboration with Trainocate, one of the most trusted training providers in Asia, to offer courses aligned to UiPath Certified Professional (UCP) accreditations.

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

UiPath Senior Vice President and Managing Director Asia Pacific and Japan Rick Harshman said 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.

Digital transformation

Organisations are increasing the pace of their digital transformation journeys and are looking to implement automation at an enterprise level.

Based on a survey conducted by UiPath last year 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 foster 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.

UiPath Vice President, Learning Alliances and Certification, Alok Shrivastava said UiPath has always encouraged a cohesive learning ecosystem that empowers masses to understand and implement automation at a large scale.


“Each partnership in our skilling journey furthers our goal to democratise automation and make it easily accessible,” said Alok Shrivastava.

Expressing happiness over the development, Trainocate President and CEO Takashi Ozawa said 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,” added Takashi Ozawa.

UCP credentials

The ULP courses offered by Trainocate will be delivered through an instructor who holds UCP credentials. Their expertise is complemented with the needful technical and instructional expertise.

Course participants will receive a holistic training experience along with access to courseware, hands-on practice sessions, UiPath software, industry best practices, and a structured learning path to prepare for the certification exam.

UiPath has the vision to deliver the Fully Automated Enterprise™, one where companies use automation to unlock their greatest potential. UiPath offers an end-to-end platform for automation, combining the leading Robotic Process Automation (RPA) solution with a full suite of capabilities that enable every organization to rapidly scale digital business operations.

Training company

UiPath Learning Partner programme 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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Founded in 1995 under the branding of Global Knowledge Asia, Trainocate is one of the most trusted training providers in Asia. The company specialises in training around technology enablement including vendor-specific training and certifications as well as high-end customization; framework & governance and human capital development. Trainocate has presence in China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, USA and Vietnam.

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