RPA certification is a good start but not enough. Certification is certainly a good first step. The certification by itself is not very useful though. I would follow it up with implementing and sharing use cases that you see fit for RPA.
RPA is NOT screen scrapping. It is also not just Macros or Scripts or Workflows. It is all of these and more. RPA is less about technology and more about business value. Not many projects give you 300% ROI in one year.
RPA tools currently reside at the Peak of Inflated Expectations in the Gartner Hype Cycle for AI, as organizations look for ways to cut costs, link legacy applications and achieve a high ROI.