“This course responds to the compelling need for both legal and IT professionals to learn the rules of each profession for managing digital information as evidence,” Jeffrey Ritter, founder, explained.
Reston, Virginia (PRWEB) May 28, 2011
The Ritter Academy (http://www.ritteracademy.com) has published its newest online training course for business, IT and legal professionals entitled, “Playing the Game: The Legal and Technology Rules for E-Discovery.” This publication increases the available training at the Ritter Academy to over 10 hours of structured, on-demand knowledge resources, with new courses being published about once every two weeks.
“This course responds to the compelling need for both legal and IT professionals to learn the rules of each profession for managing digital information as evidence,” Jeffrey Ritter, founder of the Ritter Academy explained. “Time and again, companies face enduring risk because their teams do not realize how each member manages and navigates different rules that influence the trustworthiness of electronic records as evidence of the truth,” he observed.
“Playing the Game”, approximately 90 minutes in length, is designed as a pre-requisite to other Ritter Academy courses, and suited both for the non-IT legal professional and non-legal IT professional. Each course offers visual-based question-driven learning, engaging interactive experiences, and multiple downloadable tools that any professional can immediately put to use to do their job better, with lower risk.
The Ritter Academy offers enrolled subscribers an annual membership that entitles a subscriber to access all of the courses at one fixed price. “Our pricing model is intended to disrupt the market,” Ritter stated. “Online training today preys on the fears of professionals and charges too much, without actually delivering the complete answer”, Ritter declared. For more information, go to http://www.ritteracademy.com.