Relativity Certified Administrator Certification
The Relativity Certified Administrator (RCA) program ensures that case administrators fully understand Relativity’s capabilities, allowing you to maximize the software’s flexibility and provide an intuitive interface for end users.
What to Expect
The RCA exam tests your knowledge of all aspects of case administration in Relativity — including handling a case from start to finish. Study materials are available in the Certification Tracker on the Relativity Community site to help you prepare.
The exam currently tests on Relativity 10.0. The exam will upgrade to Relativity 10.3.3 on June 1. Please plan accordingly when studying for the exam.
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. If Relativity training, we recommend attending Relativity 101 and Relativity Admin Essentials I. To sign up for training Training Center.
Please review our Study Resources and FAQs section below for detailed information on our exams, the registration process, and links for Relativity-approved study resources.
Study Resources and FAQs
How to Take an Exam
To register for an online exam, visit the Certification Tracker on the Relativity Community site and click the “Take the Exam” button.
We post newly scheduled exams during the first week of each month, so check back then for the latest updates.
Friday, January 31 - 9:00 AM EST, Washington, DC
Monday, February 10 - 9:00 AM CDT, Chicago, IL
Friday, February 14 - 9:00 AM EST, New York, NY
Monday, April 27 - 9:00 AM BST, London, UK
Friday, May 15 - 9:00 AM EDT, New York, NY
RCA Q&A Webinar
Ask the Relativity team your questions during one of our live webinars.
Get hands-on practice before the exam with admin training from the people who know Relativity best.
Keep Your Certification Current
Once you pass the exam, monitor your Relativity continuing education credits.
Get answers to all your questions, plus some study resources, in our FAQs.