Certified eDiscovery Project Manager, CeDPM

Become a CeDPM – Certified eDiscovery Project Manager.  The Certified eDiscovery Project Manager, CeDPM, is ideal for eDiscovery managers, practitioners, specialists, consultants and executives, interested in proving their knowledge in managing eDiscovery projects and programs.
This certification verifies your expertise in eDiscovery, understanding and management.

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Course Style

Live Instructor Led. Face-to-Face or Attend-From-Any-Where

Skill up and get certified, guaranteed

What is included?

  • 2 days of training
  • Course material/Slides
  • Examination Fees
  • 96% Certification Success in First Attempt
  • Classroom training Or Attend-From-Any-Where
  • Training delivered by Professionals with enormous industry experience 
  • Total comprehensive exam preparation

What you will Learn?

This course will help you understand the e-discovery workflow and begin building core competencies to tackle e-discovery projects

Additionally, you’ll learn all the essential concepts of eDiscovery and the obligations imposed on litigants to preserve, collect, review, and produce ESI in the discovery process. You’ll examine the types and characteristics of ESI, along with methods and systems for complying with each step in the e-discovery process. 

This course is the official preparation for the Certified eDiscovery Analyst (CeDPM) examination.

The examination will test the professional’s deep technical and managerial knowledge and experience to effectively design, engineer, and manage the overall eDiscovery posture of any eDiscovery project.

Who should attend?

  • eDiscovery Analysts
  • eDiscovery Project managers
  • eDiscovery Consultants
  • eDiscovery Technicians/Specialists
  • Digital Investigators 
  • information managers
  • IT and computer forensic experts of all kinds
  • eDiscovery vendors employees

Course Dates

05 – 06 Feb, 2024
15 – 16 Apr, 2024
10 – 11 Jun, 2024
12 – 13 Aug,2024
14 – 15 Oct, 2024
2 – 3 Dec, 2024

Course Outline

What is eDiscovery and electronic store information (ESI)

ESI such as: Emails, Text and SMS messages, Social media communications, Digital photos and videos, Instant messages, Global positioning data, IoT devices, and more
Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM)

Electronic Discovery Reference Model – Stages and Stages Standards
Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) – Limitations
E-Discovery Process Influencers

  • Size and Nature of the Company
  • Industry
  • Data Infrastructure
  • Location/Jurisdiction

ISO/IEC 27050

Evaluating eDiscovery Offerings 

  • Cost
  • Features
  • Security
  • Deployment Options
  • Reviews

Team Organisation and Operational Issues

Lawyers – The Good, Bad and Ugly
Spoliation and Sanctions
Evaluating eDiscovery Software Providers
Location of discovered data – an issue?
Discovery requirements and common mistakes
Establish key best practices

  • Focus on employee involvement!
  • Ensure that IT and legal understand each
  • Develop good eDiscovery policies. 
  • Implementing deletion policies 
  • The importance of litigation holds.
  • Implement the right technologies


eDiscovery and the Right to Delete
Case Assessment / Quiz / Practical and Demos
Best practice recommendations

What is eDiscovery and electronic store information (ESI)

ESI such as: Emails, Text and SMS messages, Social media communications, Digital photos and videos, Instant messages, Global positioning data, IoT devices, and more
Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM)

Electronic Discovery Reference Model – Stages and Stages Standards
Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) – Limitations
E-Discovery Process Influencers

  • Size and Nature of the Company
  • Industry
  • Data Infrastructure
  • Location/Jurisdiction

ISO/IEC 27050

Evaluating eDiscovery Offerings 

  • Cost
  • Features
  • Security
  • Deployment Options
  • Reviews

Team Organisation and Operational Issues

Lawyers – The Good, Bad and Ugly
Spoliation and Sanctions
Evaluating eDiscovery Software Providers
Location of discovered data – an issue?
Discovery requirements and common mistakes
Establish key best practices

  • Focus on employee involvement
  • Ensure that IT and legal understand each
  • Develop good eDiscovery policies. 
  • Implementing deletion policies 
  • The importance of litigation holds.
  • Implement the right technologies


eDiscovery and the Right to Delete
Case Assessment / Quiz / Practical and Demos
Best practice recommendations

Prerequisites

The main requirement for participating in this training course is having a solid experience of project management and an above general knowledge of eDiscovery.

 

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