Frequently Asked Questions

Questions about Relativity Certifications? We're here to help.

 

General Information

Exam Preparation

Before taking the RCA exam, you must have at least three months of experience using the software and have had training in Relativity, either from the Relativity team or on-the-job. For those studying for the RCA exam who would like to receive training from the Relativity team, we recommend taking Relativity 101 and Relativity Admin Essentials I. Please note that these classes are not Relativity Certified Administrator (RCA) exam preparation courses.

There are no prerequisites for this certification; however, we recommend that you watch the Relativity for Reviewers video and have had training in Relativity, either from the Relativity team or on-the-job. For those studying for the RCU exam who would like to receive training from the Relativity team, we recommend taking Relativity 101: Relativity for End Users. Please note that this class is not an RCU exam preparation course.

There are no prerequisites for this certification; however, we recommend that you have at least six months of experience managing Analytics projects and have had training in Relativity, either from the Relativity team or on-the-job. For those studying for the Analytics Specialist exam who would like to receive training from the Relativity team, we recommend taking Analytics and Active Learning. Please note that this class is not an Analytics Specialist exam preparation course.

There are no prerequisites for this certification; however, we recommend that you have at least six months of hands-on experience processing data and have had training in Relativity, either from the Relativity team or on-the-job. For those studying for the Processing Specialist exam who would like to receive training from the Relativity team, we recommend taking Processing. Please note that this class is not a Processing Specialist exam preparation course.

There are no prerequisites for this certification; however, we recommend that you have at least one year of experience as an infrastructure specialist/manager and have had training in Relativity, either from the Relativity team or on-the-job. For those studying for the Infrastructure Specialist exam who would like to receive training from the Relativity team, we recommend taking Relativity Infrastructure. Please note that this class is not an Infrastructure Specialist exam preparation course.

There are no prerequisites for this certification; however, we recommend that you have at least six months of hands-on experience managing projects in Relativity and have had exposure to and understanding of Review, Processing, and Analytics. For those studying for the Project Management Specialist exam who would like to receive training from the Relativity team, we recommend taking Relativity 101, Processing, and Analytics and Active Learning. Please note that these classes are not Project Management Specialist exam preparation courses.

There are no prerequisites for these certifications; however, we recommend taking the RelativityOne Overview online class. Please note that this class is not an exam preparation course.

An overview of all Relativity exams is available in the Relativity Certifications Quick-Start Guide.

You can access all exam study materials on the Community site in the Certification Tracker. You can also browse Certification knowledge articles to answer any exam-related questions.

Knowledge articles should be used as a study resource and to help guide you in your study process. Articles provide a quick, efficient, consistent, and accessible way to find answers to commonly asked questions. They’re typically used to provide information on how to prepare for an exam, inform what is or is not covered on an exam, confirm study assumptions, assist in troubleshooting roadblocks, or assist with certification maintenance. They are not intended to confirm answers or to teach Relativity.

We are aware that a number of apps are available to the public which purport to be study guides for various Relativity exams. These apps are published by third parties that are not affiliated with Relativity, and we do not monitor their content and cannot ensure its accuracy. As such, you should only use Relativity-approved study materials. Your use of any other third party study resources is at your own risk. For approved Relativity study resources please visit the Relativity Community or contact certification@relativity.com if you have any questions.

At the beginning of all exams, you must accept the Relativity Exam Terms and Conditions. If you do not accept, your session will end and you will forfeit the examination fee. You may access and review the terms and conditions here.

Certification Paths

To become a Relativity Expert, you must be a current RCA and obtain two specialist certifications. You must keep all three certifications current to keep your Relativity Expert status.

To become a Relativity Master, you must be a current RCA and obtain four specialist certifications. You must keep all five certifications current to keep your Relativity Master status.

Download the Administrator and Technical Specialization Paths for common and recommended pathways through the certification program.

The RCSP and RelativityOne Certified Pro exams do not count towards Expert or Master status.

The certifications and requirements that make up the Expert and Master designations are determined by Relativity and re-evaluated regularly. For more information on Relativity Expert and Master designations, refer to the Relativity Certifications Quick-Start Guide.

If you have never earned a Relativity certification, we recommend that you take either the RelativityOne Certified Pro or Relativity Certified Sales Pro. These are fundamental certifications that are considered the best points of entry into the Relativity certification program. 

Download the Relativity Fundamentals Paths to help you get started.

Costs

  • Relativity Certified Administrator (RCA) = $300
    • Note: When scheduling the RCA exam online, you must schedule the Quiz and Hands-on portions in two different sessions. Each session will be listed as $150, totaling $300 for the full exam.
  • Analytics, Infrastructure, Processing, and Project Management exams = $250
  • Relativity Certified User = $150
  • RelativityOne Certified Pro, Relativity Certified Sales Pro (RCSP) = $50

You must pay for each exam attempt, including retakes. Payment for the exam is required by credit card at the time of registration.

Contact Certification

For all exam-related questions, email certification@relativity.com. The Certification team provides assistance Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (CST/CDT).

The certification@relativity.com ticket queue provides general guidance on exam registration, scheduling, and study materials. The certification queue is not intended to provide specific product guidance or to teach Relativity. We can clarify aspects of exams, study materials, or hands-on projects via knowledge articles, but anything beyond that may risk the integrity of the exam. 

Exam Updates

The following exams will remain up-to-date based on quarterly RelativityOne releases:

  • RelativityOne Certified Pro
  • Relativity Certified Sales Pro

The following exams will remain up-to-date based on yearly Relativity Server releases:

  • RCA
  • Relativity Certified User
  • Infrastructure Specialist
  • Analytics Specialist
  • Processing Specialist
  • Project Management Specialist

See each exam’s Study Resources on the Community for specific upgrade dates.

The Relativity certification team regularly reviews and evaluates exams and designations for updates or discontinuation. We may discontinue an exam for various reasons, e.g. the exam may refer to training that is no longer available, the exam may be based on a product or feature that is no longer going to be supported or actively promoted, the exam does not best reflect Relativity’s certification focus and goal, there is newer technology and a new exam is being developed, or it just doesn’t make business sense to continue to support and maintain the exam. In any event, Relativity may discontinue any or all exams and designations in our sole discretion.

Accommodations

Accommodations, within reason, are possible with ample notice. To request disability accommodations for your exam, email certification@relativity.com. We require documentation once we receive your request. For more information, review our Relativity Examination Disability Policy document.

Exam Results

You receive final results from Relativity via email within seven business days after your exam.

You will receive a Pass or Fail result. All exams require an 80% or higher to pass.

You will receive a topic breakdown in an email after completing a quiz. While reviewing this breakdown, keep the following in mind:

  • The performance is pulled directly from the quiz software.
  • Consider each topic weighed against the topic importance outlined in the Study Resources PDFs. Higher importance topics likely have more questions, which in turn increases the weight in the overall score.
    • Each topic has a different number of questions which impacts the topic percentage.

Yes. An electronic certificate, as well as print- and web-optimized badges and logos to add to your email signature and social media accounts, will be available on the Relativity Community after your exam. You do not receive a hard copy certificate.

If you do not pass an exam on your first attempt, you must wait at least one week to register for the exam again. If you do not pass the exam on any subsequent attempt, you must wait at least one month to register for the exam again. Notwithstanding the foregoing, you may not attempt an exam more than four times per exam version. Information on current and projected exam versions is located on Relativity’s website and in relevant study materials.

If you are already certified and you wish to retake the same exam, you must wait at least six months to register for the exam again and you must retake the exam on a different exam version to the version on which you are currently certified. If you pass the exam, your certification will be updated to the new version of the exam. If you do not pass the exam, your existing certification will remain active on the previous version of the exam, provided you have otherwise maintained your certification with the necessary RCE credits.

Any violation of this retake policy may result in invalidation of your exam results or certification, and/or denial of applications to sit future exams, at Relativity’s sole discretion. For the sake of clarity, the foregoing retake policy applies only to retakes of the same type of exam.

All Relativity exams are reviewed and approved by subject matter experts. We welcome your feedback on the exam and on your experience taking the exam. If you wish to contest your exam score or a specific exam item, you may do so by submitting a written notice to certification@relativity.com within three (3) business days of your exam. The notice must include (i) your name and employer, if applicable; (ii) the date and time of your exam; (iii) the specific exam item(s) you wish to contest; and (iv) the specific grounds of your objection. Exam questions are subject to change without notice and in Relativity’s sole discretion.

You may send any comments to certification@relativity.com. We will review all exam feedback and will use it to improve the quality of the examination and certification process. We will reply to written feedback at our discretion and may not directly reply to you or specifically address your feedback.

Send an email to certification@relativity.com and include as much information as possible about the situation and the persons involved. Relativity will investigate these tips.

Exam Registration

Compatibility & Requirements

You must complete the following system compatibility checks before sitting for your exam.

  • In your Candidate Dashboard, select the View Details button for your exam. Under Security Procedures, click System Compatibility Link. Use Option 3.
    • Performing an equipment check is critical. No accommodations are made for technical difficulties caused by connectivity or other issues outside of the control of Relativity or PSI.
  • RCA exam only: Test your connectivity to the hands-on environment here.
    • When testing your connectivity, the logo in the center of the page will change colors indicating that your connection is successful.
      RCA Online Logo

You must confirm the following technical and physicals requirements before sitting for your exam.

  • Desktop or laptop computer (tablets and smart phones are not supported). You may connect a laptop to a monitor and you may use multiple monitors if you wish. Note, if you use a desktop monitor, you should be prepared to show your surroundings with a laptop camera or a separate add-on camera and not pick up your desktop computer to show your surroundings.
    • If you are using a company computer, company network/firewall, or company WiFi, it is critical you use the PSI compatibility test prior to exam day. You may have connectivity issues due to security settings. Additionally, if you are using a VPN, you must disable it.
    • RCA exam only: You must use a desktop computer/monitor with external webcam, or a laptop connected to a monitor, with a minimum screen size of 20 inches. If you use a smaller monitor, the exam interface becomes distorted, prohibiting you from completing the exam. You will not be refunded for issues related to monitor size.
  • Stable Internet access.
  • Current version of Google Chrome and/or Vivaldi. 
    • If you encounter an error when trying to access your Candidate Dashboard, try clearing your browser cache.
    • If you encounter an error with Chrome when you attempt to connect to your proctor, the proctor may ask you to download a browser called Vivaldi. This is an expected troubleshooting step, and we recommend downloading this browser ahead of time to reduce delays on exam day.
  • The Innovative Exams Screen-sharing Chrome Extension from the Chrome Web Store.
  • Web camera (built-in computer cameras are accepted).
    • Ensure you can easily move the camera around, as you will need to show your surroundings. Desktop built-in cameras will not work for showing your surroundings.
    • If you have both a front and rear-facing camera, you must disable the rear-facing camera before you start your exam.
  • Microphone
  • Valid government-issued photo ID.
    • Note: Military or DOD ID is not accepted for online proctoring because the exam is recorded and video is retained for up to 90 days, and we cannot, by law, retain copies.
  • Private room with a clean desk surface, void of people, paper, and disruptions. No other materials are allowed.
  • TIP: As some computers may have automatic updates enabled, it's always a good idea to check your computer upon registration and then again right before the exam. For example, some Windows updates have restricted certain Ports, prohibiting you from passing PSI's compatibility test and therefore unable to connect to PSI on exam day.

Additional resources:

  • Connecting to your proctor: You will go through the following steps with the proctor:
    • Share video and screen.
      • Note: You may be asked to download the Vivaldi browser once connected to your proctor as a troubleshooting step.
    • Use Task Manager to close all applications.
    • Show your valid, government-issued ID. The name on your ID must match your Relativity Community account.
    • Show your room and desk area via webcam, including each wall and under your desk.
    • Communicate with your proctor via the chat window.
      • Proctors cannot answer content-related questions. Notify your proctor immediately of any technical difficulties. They will likely not be able to assist in troubleshooting, but can note the issue. No accommodations are made after the exam for issues not reported to your proctor.

  • Do’s: during the exam session, you can:
    • Have a beverage that does not contain any labels.
    • Be in a quiet area, void of clutter.
    • On the RCA exam: Use two monitors during the handson portion by expanding your PSI exam window across two monitors.

  • Don'ts: During the exam session, you cannot:
    • Use electronic devices.
    • Eat.
    • Take notes on a physical surface.
    • Use Relativity documentation or study materials.
    • Have anything on your desk including tissues, papers, staplers, photos, etc.
    • Talk out loud, cover your mouth, mouth or repeat words or questions, or look away from computer.
    • Use the restroom.
    • Use keyboard shortcuts that exit the exam window.
    • Press F5 or refresh your browser at any time.

Violations of exam rules are reported to Relativity. Continued violations will result in the termination of your exam.

Online & Testing Center Exams

Payment & Scheduling

Your Candidate Dashboard is where you’ll manage your scheduled exam, update or cancel your schedule, and launch all online and testing center exams through the Relativity Community.

To access your Candidate Dashboard, follow these steps:

  1. Log in to the Relativity Community and navigate to the Education Center | Certification Tracker.

  2. Navigate to My Profile to ensure your current country information is correct.

  3. Under the exam you want to schedule, click the Take the Exam button. Click this button for each exam you’d like to register for.

  4. Enter your legal name in the pop-up window. This name must match the name on your government-issued photo ID, or you will not be able to test.
    • If you previously registered for an exam using a name that does not match your ID, enter your legal name in the pop-up, cancel your exam from the Candidate Dashboard, then navigate back to the Community and click the Take the Exam button again. Update your name in the pop-up and then re-schedule your exam.
    • If you are unsure if the name on your exam registration is accurate, email certification@relativity.com to verify.

  5. From your Candidate Dashboard, you can schedule, update, cancel, and launch your online exam.

You should budget an additional 30 minutes at the beginning of each exam session to allow time to connect to and disconnect from your Proctor.

For the RCA exam, you must schedule two separate sessions for the hands-on and the quiz, with 30 minutes between each session. You must complete both exam sessions within 12 hours on the same day.

If you do not complete the hands-on and quiz portions of your RCA exam within 12 hours of each other on the same day, we reserve the right to void the results of your exam, and we will have no obligation to issue a credit for your exam fees. You can schedule the two sessions in either order.

Here is an example breakdown of the minimum time required for the RCA exam sessions:

  • 30 minutes of set up and logging in time.
  • 75 minutes - RCA Hands-on portion.
  • 30 minutes required buffer time.
  • 30 minutes of set up and logging in time.
  • 90 minutes - RCA Quiz portion.

Allocate 4 hours, plus your required buffer time.

Exam dates will be added the first week of even months (February, April, June, etc.).

Email certification@relativity.com to pay for an exam with an existing credit on your account.

Use the Reschedule or Cancel Schedule buttons on your Candidate Dashboard. You can reschedule your exam one time. After your one reschedule, the Reschedule option will be unavailable. Exams must be cancelled or rescheduled at least 48 hours before your exam. Failure to cancel or reschedule within this time will result in forfeiting exam fees. All refunds and credits will be provided in accordance with PSI’s policies. If you are eligible for a refund, it will be made to the original payment method.

Support

  • Email certification@relativity.com if you have issues accessing your Candidate Dashboard.
    • Clearing your browser's cache, closing the browser completely, and restarting the browser may resolve the issue. 
  • Email PSI at relativity.psisupport@psionline.com if you have issues scheduling, submitting payment, or launching your exam.
  • If you are connected to a Proctor and they are troubleshooting, ask for a Voucher to reschedule for a later date. Once PSI and Relativity diagnose the issue, you can reschedule.

Note, the Certification team provides assistance Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (CST/CDT) for online exams. 

Exam Interface & Environment

Review the information below before your exam. Note: Chrome is required.

As you navigate through all exams, read all instructions and answer all questions according to Relativity best practices.

  • Scenario-based questions: On the Analytics, Project Management, Infrastructure, Processing, and Certified User exams, you receive scenario-based questions. You must answer all questions using the information presented in the scenario. After you submit your answers to the scenario questions, your answer chocies are final, and you cannot return to these questions.

  • Timer: There is a timer counting down in the top-right corner. The exam submits automatically when no time remains. You can also click the End Test button at any time to end your exam.

  • Previous / Next Question: Use these buttons located at the top of the window to move backwards and forwards in the assessment.

  • Nav Menu: Opens a navigation window at the top of the screen. Here, you can access a list of all the questions and see which questions you flagged. Click on a question to navigate to it.

    Online Quiz | Nav Menu


  • Navigation Bar: See all questions in the Navigation bar along the bottom of the window, and click on questions to navigate to them. As you answer questions, they turn dark gray in the navigator. Unanswered questions remain light gray.

  • Flag: Use this button to flag any questions you’d like to revisit. Once you flag a question, a flag icon appears above that item in the Navigation bar. This question is also marked in the Nav menu. Return to the question and update your answer choice at any time.

  • Clear: To change your answer on a previously-answered question, you must first click the Clear button.

    Online Quiz | Clear Button

Review the information below before your exam. Note: Chrome is required.

As you navigate through all exams, read all instructions and answer all questions according to Relativity best practices.

  • Timer: The hands-on portion of the exam is 80 minutes, controlled by your Proctor.
    • 5 minutes to sign into Relativity and the Relativity Desktop Client (RDC), accept the Exam Terms and Conditions, review the exam instructions and assigned hands-on project, and begin working in Relativity. 
      • Note: The first few clicks in the environment may feel slower. This is expected behavior, as the VM is a brand new instance of Relativity, and your actions are the first actions performed in the environment. After the first few clicks, the environment should be at optimal speed.
    • 75 minutes to complete the assigned project.
      • Your Proctor provides time reminders through the chat window (i.e., 30, 15, 10, 5, 1 minutes remaining), and stops your session when no time is remaining. If you finish early, use the remaining time to check your work or notify your Proctor that you wish to end the exam early.

  • Hands-on project: You are randomly assigned one of the three projects.

  • Start Assessment: Once unlocked by your Proctor, the exam environment opens. Chrome launches automatically with exam instructions and your assigned project on the first tab and Relativity on the second tab. Click Start Assessment to access your hands-on project.

    Online RCA | Start Assessment


  • Keyboard Format: You can change the keyboard format next to the click in the lower-right corner of the desktop (or use Ctrl+Shift).

 

  1. Credentials: Credentials are the same for Relativity and the RDC. Credentials are located in the Relativity Login.txt file, and on the RCA Hands-on project instructions page once you click the Start Assessment button.

  2. Case Workspaces: There are three numbered case workspaces in Relativity. Complete all work for your assigned project in the corresponding workspace. For example, if you receive Case 1, complete all work within the Case 1 workspace unless otherwise specified in the project.

  3. Case Folder: There is one numbered case folder on the desktop. This folder corresponds to the case you are assigned. Everything you need to complete your assigned project, like load files and relational icons, is in the associated numbered folder on the desktop.

  4. Chrome Shortcuts: If you close out of Chrome, click the Hands-on Project and Relativity shortcuts on the desktop to re-open these windows.

  5. Hands-on Case: Your assigned project is on the first browser tab in Chrome. Click the Start Assessment button to display the hands-on case. Use the checkboxes to track completed tasks.

  6. RDC: The RDC opens automatically with the WebService URL already configured.

  7. Exam Timer: The timer is set for 80 minutes and automatically starts in the RCA Online exam. Use this as reference. Your Proctor always keeps the official time.

In-person Exams

Visit the Certification page to see upcoming exams and to self-register. New exam dates are posted approximately three months from their scheduled date.

Chrome is required to take the RCA exam.

We can work with you to coordinate an onsite exam at your location if you have a minimum of five individuals interested in taking the RCA exam. An additional fee is associated. For more information on this option, email certification@relativity.com.

Registration is on a first-come first-served basis. If an exam is full, you can add yourself to the waitlist and we will reach out to you via email if a spot becomes available. We do not take payment until you are officially added to the exam.

Exam fees are non-refundable. If you cannot attend an exam, email certification@relativity.com at least two business days prior to the exam. Upon cancellation, a credit is issued to your account. This credit expires 12 months after the original issued date. You are responsible for using the credit prior to its expiration.

Email certification@relativity.com to register for an exam using existing credit. If the fee for the rescheduled exam is higher than the fee paid for the original exam, you are responsible for the difference.

If you cancel or reschedule within two business days of the exam, no refund or credit is issued. If you reschedule an exam more than one time, your credit is voided and a new fee is required in order to reschedule again.

Maintain Your Certification

General Information

Certified individuals who participate in professional development activities, identified by Relativity as continued learning for a specific certification, can earn RCE credits to extend their certification status. These development activities help further your knowledge of the exam subject matter and reinforce your understanding of the product. 

Relativity technology is updated regularly, so earning RCE credits ensures that you are staying up-to-date with improvements in the technology and changes in industry practices.

Your certification is valid for 12 months after you initially earn your certification. All Relativity certified professionals can renew their certification for an additional 12 months by earning Relativity Continuing Education (RCE) credits.

Access a list of available RCE Credit opportunities here.

The number of RCE credits required varies by certification. See below for the number of RCE credits each certification requires to renew:

  • Relativity Certified Administrator (RCA): 20 RCE credits
  • Relativity Certified Sales Pro (RCSP), Relativity Certified User (RCU), Relativity Specialist, RelativityOne Certified Pro: 6 RCE credits

Policies & Guidelines

The number of credits awarded per activity is determined by the nature and time commitment of the activity. The certifications that are eligible to earn RCEs for a specific activity are determined by the subject matter and scope of the activity.

Relativity regularly evaluates the RCE credit landscape to assess, update, and add additional RCE credit opportunities.

  • RCE credits must be earned within 12 months following your certification date.
  • You can only receive RCE credits for a specific self-paced video and/or type of authored content once per certification year. No exceptions.
  • When registering for events, register with the same email address Relativity has on file for you. This will ensure your credits are properly tracked.
  • You must attend at least 50 percent of a webinar to earn RCEs.
  • Allow one week for RCE credits to appear in the Certification Tracker on your Community site account, especially after industry events.

Relativity reserves the right to grant, deny, revoke, or change requirements for RCE credits in its sole discretion.

You should monitor your certification status on the Community site. You can access the Community site at any time to view the number of RCE credits you’ve earned compared to the total number required for your certification, your certification expiration date, and your renewal status.

You will also receive automated email reminders about your certification. If your contact information changes, it is your responsibility to email certification@relativity.com so we can ensure you continue to receive the reminder emails.

It is your responsibility to maintain your certification and know your expiration date. If your certification expires, you will be required to take the full exam again.

The Certification team does not grant RCE credit exceptions. You have twelve months to earn the required number of certifications, through several different types of RCE credit opportunities. If you do not earn the required number of credits by your certification end date, your certification is not renewed, and you will be required to take the full exam again.

Automated RCE credit reminders are sent via email throughout your certification year. If your contact information changes, you are responsible for updating Relativity so that you receive these reminders.

RCE Credit Opportunities

You can earn RCE credits by participating in one or more of the following activities:

Instructor-Led Training

  • Attending select live Relativity trainings, both online and in-person
  • Attending select live Relativity webinars
  • Attending select Ask the Expert webinars

Self-Paced Videos

  • Watching select pre-recorded Relativity educational videos

Events

  • Attending Relativity Fest
  • Attending User Groups
  • Participating in Industry Learning Events

Authored Content

  • Authoring or co-authoring an e-discovery white paper, article, newsletter, or blog post. This includes contributions published to the Relativity blog.

Industry Content

RelativityOne Certified Pro Exam

  • RCAs and RCSPs can earn 10 RCE credits for taking and passing the RelativityOne Certified Pro exam. To earn credits for the RCA and RCSP certifications for subsequent years, you must retake the RelativityOne Certified Pro exam.
  • You can choose to renew the RelativityOne Certified Pro exam with credits, but you will not earn credits for the RCA or RCSP certifications again.

To see a list of all available RCE credit opportunities in each category, and which certifications receive credits, please visit the corresponding tab on the RCE Credit Opportunities page. 

On the RCE Credit Opportunities website, you can filter opportunities on the Instructor-Led and Self-Paced Videos tabs by RCE Credits to see which trainings, webinars, and self-paced videos apply toward each certification. 

Opportunities on the Events and Authored Content tabs earn RCE credits for all Relativity certifications. Check the RCE Credit opportunities website to see how many RCE credits you can earn for each opportunity.

Relativity certified professionals can watch select ACEDS webinars for RCE credits. Additionally, ACEDS certified professionals can earn CEDS credit for live Relativity trainings and webinars. Relativity certified professionals will earn 2 RCE credits for all certifications by listening to one of the below recorded ACEDS selected webinars on our website.

After viewing a webinar, you must claim your RCE credits to earn credits towards your certification. You must fill out the form for each webinar you watch. The Certification team will review your submission, and apply credits at the team’s discretion.You can earn credit for each webinar once. New webinars will be posted quarterly.

CEDS professionals will earn 1 CEDS credit per hour of Relativity education. This includes live, and up to two years of
previously attended, Relativity webinars and trainings. Submit your Relativity eCertificate of completion to ACEDS to claim your credit.

Claim Your RCE Credits

In order to earn RCE credits for certain activities, you must claim your RCE credits by completing the Claim Your RCE Credits survey.

The following activities require you to claim your credits:

  • All Self-Paced videos
  • ACEDS webinars
  • Security Survey
  • Industry Learning Events
  • Authored Content

Guidelines for claiming your credits:

  • You must fill out the survey for each activity you complete. The Certification team will review your submission, and apply credits at the team's discretion.
  • When filling out the survey, use the same email address Relativity has on file for you. If your email address changes, notify certification@relativity.com
  • Allow one week from the day you fill out the survey for the RCE credits to appear in the Certification Tracker on the Relativity Community.

RCE credits that are not reported via the survey are not applied to your certification.