Automation ArchitectCertification Program
Master the algorithms, tools and analytics for designing and automating real-world business workflows as per the automation architect roles and responsibilities, using the airSlate platform.
About this program
This program is aimed at those who want to learn how to make the most of their business workflows by simplifying day-to-day tasks and complex processes. The program consists of three levels — Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced. Each of them is divided into two separate courses.
The Beginner level acts as a walk-through for introducing the essentials of airSlate workflows and automation. It covers basic terminology, concepts, and simple implementation examples.
The Intermediate level is dedicated to those who are interested in digitizing their business processes more efficiently and effectively. It covers basics such as key market players and outlines the core categories of process automation.
The Advanced level is aimed at those who want to learn how to perform complex integrations with Google, Microsoft, CRMs, spreadsheets, databases, and more. It also provides a deep-dive into document generation as well as the roles and responsibilities of the automation architect.
Each course includes hands-on assignments and quizzes so that users can consolidate learning through practical application. After course completion, you will possess the expertise needed to become an enterprise automation architect in your organization.
What you will learn
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Six courses must be passed in order to complete the Automation Architect program.
Will I earn a separate certification for each course or just one for the entire Automation Architect program?
You will receive an individual verified certificate for each Automation Architect course that you pass. In addition, you will receive three separate verified certificates for every level you have passed - the Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced Automation Architect certifications.
Can I jump to the Advanced Certification level without being enrolled in the lower level courses?
You can take courses in any order. However, you must receive Beginner and Intermediate level certificates before you can be issued an Advanced Automation Architect Certificate. The same applies to earning an Intermediate level certificate: receiving the Beginner level certificate is required.