Cette formation est proposée sous forme de formation présentielle.

Automation of repetitive tasks with classical and visual programming (RPA) techniques

Organisation & Transformation de l’Entreprise



"Your training opened us the doors to the world of programming and allowed us to leave our dear pivot tables behind!"

In many companies, repetitive tasks abound. Processing data in Excel, obtaining and transferring documents via Outlook, repetitive manipulations of internal ERP systems are just a few examples.

This training is aimed at both analysts seeking to automate and professionalise their tasks, as well as managers, wishing to have an introduction to the possibilities opened up by the combination of "classic" programming tools and Robotic Process Automation (RPA). We will present a general definition and their key differences, as well as concrete cases of implementation in business.

Open the doors to programmatic automation, and your vision of work in business will never be the same.


At the end of the training, the participant will be able to:

  • recognise the advantages of automation over manual work

  • understand the difference between "classical" programming and Robotic Process Automation (RPA)

  • be able to install tools like R and UIPath

  • understand which is the best tool, for which tasks

  • Why automate ?

  • What tools exist ? 

  • "Classical" programming with R

  • RPA and UIPath

  • Practical cases

Target audience

Anyone wishing to gain understanding of the possible automation of their processes by their team.

Typically, companies with more than 50 employees are able to reap greater benefits.


Good knowledge of common office tools such as Excel, Outlook, Google Sheets, etc..


Course Material

The training material will be handed out at the beginning of the course.


At the end of the training, participants will receive a certificate of participation issued by the House of Training.

Chambre de Commerce Luxembourg
7, rue Alcide de Gasperi
L-1615 Luxembourg
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