UiPath collaborates with Coursera to offer automation education


UiPath has now revealed a partnership with Coursera to offer courses on automation to around 92 million learners registered on the latter’s platform.

The offerings include free courses, full collegiate degrees from leading universities, and professional certificates.

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Betty Vandenbosch, Chief Content Officer at Coursera, said, "As digital transformation sweeps across industries, employees need to learn the skills and emerging technologies required to compete and thrive professionally. To help learners prepare for this dynamic environment, we are pleased to welcome UiPath, a leader in the automation industry, to the Coursera partner community."

Tom Clancy, Senior Vice President of Learning at UiPath, said, "We are excited to partner with Coursera to foster high-quality, hands-on learning that can quickly build knowledge of the UiPath end-to-end automation platform. Democratizing access to technical skills around automation is a core value proposition at UiPath, and anyone can prepare to enter the automation field or advance their careers through this specialization. Our automation courses and professional certificate on Coursera will help narrow the skills gap in an automation-first world."

UiPath and Coursera

The enterprise automation company claims that this collaboration will democratize training in augment and automation employees, professionals skills, and students.

UiPath had also earlier collaborated with the ICT Academy to bring automation into the curriculum of around 1000 institutions. The collaboration aims to enhance the literacy on automation among students of institutions, teachers, and admin staff.
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