Too many administrative and repetitive tasks to handle? RPA can help you!
This short one-day course introduces Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and how it can be used to automate computerised administrative tasks that are repetitive.
Through hands-on exercises and discussions, participants will acquire a working knowledge of the processes on RPA. This will allow them to implement a similar system at their companies after completing the course.
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
- gauge and identify areas of work that can be automated (RPA-able)
- appreciate the benefits of RPA in automating computerised administrative work
- attain skills for developing basic RPA script
Who should attend?
This course is suitable for business professionals and individuals who are keen to learn how to use RPA to eliminate mundane and repetitive tasks.
Participants will be awarded the Certificate of Attendance issued by Republic Polytechnic
Assistant Programme Chair
Eugene Tham have been teaching in Republic Polytechnic since 2006. Prior to this, he worked in DSO National Lab as an embedded systems software engineer for six years. For most of his career, Eugene Tham have been revolving around software coding, embedded systems and microcontroller. His alternate interest lies in electronics and product design. Eugene Tham is passionate about service-learning and have been leading various service-learning projects both local and overseas since 2010, enriching the out-of-classroom service-learning experience for his students through these projects.
Eugene is a strong proponent of RPA. He is well-versed in both Workfusion and UiPath, and have obtained UiPath’s Advanced Developer Certification. He is currently imparting his RPA skills to the industry via Republic Polytechnic’s RPA short courses.
Eugene Tham graduated with a first class honors in Computer Engineering from NTU. In addition, he have a Masters in Computer Science from NTU, and a Masters in Engineering and Management from MIT.
Ong Lee Weng
Ong Lee Weng joined the School of Engineering of Republic Polytechnic (RP) with a view of serving the education sector for more than 10 years as a lecturer. During his secondment to RP’s Centre of Innovation - Supply Chain Management (COI-SCM), Lee Weng was in the consulting team who help to improve productivity of companies in the SCM areas, he was involved in various RPA implementation projects across different industries.
Prior to joining RP, Lee Weng has previously worked in the new product development of semiconductor industry. Lee Weng holds a Master of Science (Industrial and System Engineering) degree from National University of Singapore.
Vincent Lim is a Lecturer with Republic Polytechnic and has several years of Robotics Process Automation (RPA) implementation with companies in Singapore. He started his career as a software engineer and has deployed several software systems around the Asia Pacific. Prior to joining Republic Polytechnic, he took on regional roles in integrating Lean Six Sigma methodology with digital technologies. Vincent graduated from the National University of
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