With current advances in technology, robots are no longer science fiction. They might well be your coworkers! Robots, whether physical or RPA (robotic process automation) software, are fast becoming an integral part of the workplace. Robots and employees need to work well together to succeed.
In this course, you'll learn about the characteristics of both physical and software robots. You’ll explore how to distinguish between them and how they are being integrated in the workplace. You'll also learn best practices for implementing and managing robots. And you’ll learn the considerations for using physical robots and software robots in the workplace and how to optimize the human-robot relationship.
Please Note: This course is provided by a third party and therefore requires an extra step to obtain the CPE certificate. Upon completion of the course, download your course transcript and go to https://certificaterequest.skillsoft.com/ to request the certificate.
Upon completion of this course, the learner will be able to:
Estimated Course Duration:
- Use robots and RPA in the workplace
- Identify the characteristics of a robot
- Recognize ways to improve the way employees work with robots
- Identify considerations for using physical robots
- Distinguish between types of physical robots
- Identify the benefits and risks of using software robots
- Identify key best practices for implementing robotic process automation
- Knowledge Check: Robotics
24 minutes (0.5 CPE)
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