Miles CPA offers AICPA Robotic Process Automation Certification to upskill finance & accounting professionals
In this three-part certificate program, you will learn Robotic Process Automation (RPA) benefits and how the use of software robots can help your business or clients become more competitive and agile. You will gain an understanding of the risks, opportunities and organizational impact of automation while learning the decision criteria and key considerations needed to build a business case and run a successful proof-of-concept. We will also explore the steps and governance needed to implement or advise clients on how to implement RPA successfully.
Earn certificate from AICPA (the world's largest accounting body). CPAs and CMAs will also be awarded 13.5 CPE credit hours.
Earn a certificate in the form of a digital badge that can be proudly displayed anywhere on the internet—a personal blog, a social network like LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Mozilla Open Badges, a biographical page on a company website or an online resume.
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- Recognize what RPA is and its business value on accounting and finance functions.
- Identify the opportunities and use cases for automation.
- Recognize the decision criteria needed to build a business case.
- Recognize key risks and challenges that need to be addressed before implementing RPA.
- Recognize the governance and controls considerations for addressing automation risks.
- Recognize the key components to implementing RPA.
- Recognize the accounting, finance and operational process implications of RPA.
- Recognize audit implications associated with RPA.
- Recognize future trends of automation.
- Online self-study access valid for 1 year
- Robotic Process Automation Fundamentals Certificate from AICPA, US
- Digital badges [for Linkedin]
- For CPA's & CMA's: 13.5 CPE credits
Chanyuan (Abigail) Zhang
Chanyuan (Abigail) Zhang is a PhD candidate in the Accounting Information System department at Rutgers Business School. Her research addresses the impacts of emerging technologies, especially Robotic Process Automation (RPA), Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Intelligent Process Automation (IPA), on auditing. She has been working with several medium sized public accounting firms to build prototypes of implementing RPA in some of their audit procedures. In her working paper "Intelligent Process Automation in Audit", which has been presented in the Strategic and Emerging Technologies (SET) workshop in the 2018 American Accounting Association (AAA) annual meeting, three frameworks are constructed to guide the implementation of IPA in the future of audit.
Edward Brooks, trained as a Chartered Accountant in London with Ernst & Young, and went on to work as a consultant with Accenture and ISG before launching The RPA Academy in 2017. During his consulting years, Ed specialized in outsourcing and business transformation, and advised and supported technology start-ups. The RPA Academy was founded to address the growing skills shortages in the automation space, and has since expanded its training offerings to include courses on Machine Learning, AI, and Blockchain.
Steve Palomino, CPA, CITP, CGMA
Steve Palomino guides businesses leadership in the application of software robotics strategies to increase controls over operations and reporting. He uses his expertise in robotics to help companies achieve significant effort reduction, deploy controls and continuous audit capabilities, while transforming processes.
Steve is a former member of the ITECH Committee, former Chair of the SBC Global Task Force, prior member of the AICPA’s Audit Peer Review Task Force.