By enrolling in the BPM-RPA-AI learn by practice proceedit career you can take profit of the great potential of the emerging business process automation industry and boost your professional background and opportunities by coursing a tailor-made career plan designed according to your particular interests.
The proceedit’s BPM-RPA-AI career plan is a framework composed by 6 career levels (I = Intro, B = Basic, A = Advanced, S = Specialist, E = Expert and M = Master) and covers the following 9 career speciality programs:
BIZ = Business development.
BPO = Task by task real-time micro-outsourcing (mBPO) and optimization services.
BPM = BPM-RPA-AI process classes development and service.
WMA = Web and mobile applications development and service.
AIA = AI, NLP, ML and DL applications development and service.
RPA = Robotic process automation robots development and service.
PAS = dyPAS dynamic Process Applications Server development and service.
BTA = Big Data, IoT and analytics development and service.
S&P = Systems and platforms configuration, monitoring and servicing.
XXX = Cross content applicable to different career specialty programs.
The above 6 career levels and 9 career specialties programs combine a total of 45 possible different training courses of 900 hours duration each.
Each training course is composed of 6 learning by practice modules of 150 hours each designed to be followed remotely (online), presentially or a combination of the two.
You can progress from one to the next career level by combining 6 learning by practice modules of the same or of different specialties, always respecting the prerequisites required to follow a new learning by practice module.
Each learning by practice module is divided into several chapters that combine theory, online tests, practices, workshops, and projects all of them having the corresponding support materials.
Each module has specific training material composed by Confluence how-to and troubleshooting pages, presentations, manuals, videos …
Trainees have access to the different systems and platforms required to perform the practices and support the development, debugging and testing of the applications like, for instance, dyPAS, BPMS, Jira, Confluence, Bitbucket, AWS S3, AWS EC2 servers …
Although training materials are self-explained and constantly tested and improved to be more efficient, trainees have constant support via comments on Jira / process tasks, email, hangouts and face to face sessions and workshops when possible.
Each time you have performed satisfactorily 6 new learning by practice modules and then completed a new training course you gain one additional career level and obtain a new proceedit certification star 🙂.
As it’s shown in the next figure, the progress on the six career plan levels has associated different professional engagements and functions at proceedit, according to the following scale:
Intro level: non-paid intern acting as Configurator,
Basic level: non-paid intern acting as Designer, Programmer, Agent,
Advanced level: paid intern acting as Analyst,
Specialist level: junior freelance acting as Architect,
Expert level: senior freelance acting as Team Leader and, finally,
Master level: a member of the staff acting as Project Manager
The fees to follow the different specialty programs of the BPM-RPA-AI career plan are of 1,500.00 dyCOINs* for each 150 hours learning by practice module.
_*Note: 1 dyCOIN = 1 XDR / SDR, IMF’s currency, and is approximately equivalent to 1.2 euros, 1.4 USD, 9.3 yuan, 160 yens or 1.1 pounds (the exchange rates varies daily according to the evolution of the XDR / SDR that you can check them in https://www.imf.org/external/np/fin/data/rms_five.aspx). _
Fees must be settled (fully paid) before the beginning of each new learning by practice module.
Discounts are granted to several trainees profiles and per the invoice net amount:
Undergraduate or recent graduate students not employed yet (100 % discount).
Refugees and political assailed people (100 % discount).
proceedit associates and employees (100 % discount).
Members of philanthropic institutions, NPO-NGO organizations (75 % discount).
Unemployed and retired people (75 % discount).
Freelancers with less than 1 year of experience (75 % discount).
Freelancers between 1 and 3 years of experience (50 % discount).
Freelancers with more than 3 years of experience (25 % discount).
Employees of organizations contracting more than one simultaneous trainee (25 % discount to 2nd trainee and 50 % discount to 3rd and following trainees).
1 % additional discount each 1.000 dyCOINs of the invoiced amount after the above discounts have been applied and before taxes application, when fully paid in one single installment, with a maximum discount of 50 % to be applied for this concept.
A 21 % VAT will be applied to the invoiced net amount after having applied the above discounts.
Don’t hesitate to ask for any additional question you could have to [email protected]
1 – Can a trainee combine training courses and learning by practice modules of different career specialty programs?
Yes, this is the idea. Each learning by practice module will have some prerequisites (certain level on a certain skill, some learning by practice modules previously done …) but apart of that, every trainee will have the possibility to combine training courses and learning by practice modules to its specific interests. This particular point has been taken into account when designing the procedures to support the BPM-RPA-AI career plan.
2 – Can one person be able to achieve all 6 career specialty programs with the Master level?
Yes, of course, is just a question of more dedication.
3 – Seeing how the different “career specialty programs” are formed, is it possible for me, for example, to course the WMA specialty program as well as the BPM one?
Yes, of course, trainees participating in the BPM-RPA-AI career plan can configure his / her training courses and learning by practice modules according to his / her interests but respecting some prerequisites needed for coursing each learning by practice module.
4 – What is the main aim of this BPM-RPA-AI career plan you are organizing?
The main aim of our BPM-RPA-AI career plan is to be the support for the creation and maintenance of a wide community with common interests on boost the proceedit project having a common methodological and technical language based our dyPAS (dynamic Process Application Server), with the final picture in mind to be able to develop a good, structured and attractive career plan to help to the professional development of the participants and to engage students, freelancers and consultant companies to be part and take profit of our ecosystem while helping proceedit project growing in benefit of the community.
5 – What is the difference between WMA, AIA and RPA career specialty programs?
WMA, AIA and RPA specialty programs all have some points in common (applications development) but they are different in purpose referring to the applications developed:
WMA refers to applications that can be implemented and served for general purposes connected or not with business process automation solutions, for instance: dyTAB, dyBOX …
AIA refers to applications, connected or not with processes that are based on AI technology. *
RPA refers to applications that can be called robots, in other words, serving automated BPM process tasks and in our case fully integrated on the dyPAS (dynamic Process Application Server) framework.
The reason to separate these three specialty programs in different specialties is that they use different basic technologies and trainees can be more attracted by one or another specialty if they are separated.