Trainings for UiPath Admin role


I am currently an RPA Developer and I’m interested in UiPath Administrator role. I’d like to take courses and/or trainings. I’ve checked the UiPath Academy but there’s no roles or learning path about it, so I’m not really sure where to start.

I’d appreciate your idea on how/where I can start.



Start learning about orchestrator and then roles …automation hub setup



  1. Expand your knowledge of UiPath Orchestrator: As a UiPath Administrator, you’ll be primarily working with UiPath Orchestrator, the centralized platform for managing and orchestrating your automation environment. Familiarize yourself with its features, including managing robots, schedules, queues, assets, and permissions. The UiPath Orchestrator documentation is a valuable resource to learn about its functionalities.
  2. Learn about Infrastructure and Deployment: As an Administrator, you’ll be responsible for the setup, configuration, and maintenance of the infrastructure supporting your RPA environment. Understand concepts such as server requirements, installation, scalability, security, and high availability. UiPath provides documentation and best practices guides for infrastructure and deployment considerations.
  3. Gain knowledge of UiPath Licensing: Familiarize yourself with the different types of UiPath licenses, their features, and the licensing model. Understand how licenses are allocated, managed, and renewed in an enterprise environment. This knowledge will help you effectively manage licenses and ensure compliance.
  4. Develop troubleshooting skills: As an Administrator, you’ll encounter issues and challenges related to the RPA infrastructure, Orchestrator, and robot environments. Enhance your troubleshooting skills by understanding common error messages, log files, and using UiPath diagnostic tools like Event Viewer and Log Analyzer.
  5. Network and collaborate with UiPath community: Engage with the UiPath community to connect with other UiPath Administrators, learn from their experiences, and share knowledge. Participate in forums, online communities, and attend UiPath events to expand your network and stay updated on the latest trends and practices.
  6. Explore third-party tools and integrations: UiPath integrates with various technologies, databases, and applications. Familiarize yourself with integrations such as Active Directory, databases, cloud platforms, and other enterprise systems. Understanding these integrations will enable you to manage complex automation environments.
  7. Obtain practical experience: Apply your knowledge and skills by getting hands-on experience in administering UiPath environments. Seek opportunities to work on real-world projects, either within your organization or through freelancing platforms, where you can gain practical experience in managing and maintaining automation infrastructure.


Apart from above you could also use the below video from UiPath sessions:

Not very detailed, however gives you a brief idea,
(38) Mastering the Automation Cloud Admin experience: A walkthrough with tips and tricks - YouTube