The Culler Certification from Logikcull is powerful validation to clients and employers of your commitment to speed, efficiency, and security. Instead of measuring your conceptual understanding, the Culler Certification proves your ability to conduct discovery quickly and safely in the real world.
Discovery can be a slow, expensive and risky process. But it is increasingly the deciding factor in most disputes, and can give a decisive advantage to those who’ve mastered it. Are you equipped with the skill, knowledge and technology to win discovery? The Culler Certification is the badge that says, “Yes I am.”
Cullers can filter documents by metadata, run simple and complex searches, create and apply tags, redact sensitive information, and even train others in the basics of discovery.
Pro Cullers can create file, cloud, and database uploads; customize reviews; filter documents through complex searches; and create custom production specifications and load files.
Master Cullers can implement quality controls, draft complex search strings, improve discovery processes through account level templates, and more.
Logikcull’s certification exam is experiential. To advance beyond basic Culler certification, applicants must demonstrate that they meet the following requirements:
Culler certification exams are rigorous tests of your ability to both understand conceptual frameworks and product workflows as well as to perform specific activities within the context of active discovery projects.
Your status as a Certified Culler shows the world that you value competency, security, efficiency, and cost control in the discovery process, so don’t be shy!
Culler Certification is a demonstration of continued skill and mastery and must be renewed annually.
Renewal is at the same rate and requires evidence of continued engagement with the product, through demonstrated hours in-app and engagement with at least 2 training sessions or webinars a year.
In lieu of product engagement and training, users can also opt to retake the exam to show that they're up-to-date with any new developments.