Data recovery training
- Improve your knowledge
- Become an expert
- Work smarter, not harder
ReclaiMe training is your key to a deep knowledge in partition, filesystem, and RAID recovery
Our data recovery training is designed for:
- people already involved in data recovery business who want to improve or systematize their knowledge in data recovery,
- PC technicians who are going to expand their business by adding a data recovery service to the current list of services offered.
Learn with ReclaiMe
Over the years, we have got a lot of experience obtained from our own data recovery research and
also invaluable experience from technical support of our clients including data recovery technicians from beginners to experts.
Since we often face the various issues brought in by data recovery technicians,
we can find something common and frequent among those issues.
What we offer
We have developed a series of unique courses devoted to logical data recovery, which include video lessons, practice tasks, and tests.
Initially, we placed the course materials on this site; however, over time the courses have grown so much that we decided to move
them to a separate site - www.data.recovery.training.
All the course materials including resources needed for practice parts are completely free.
Here we leave only data recovery textbook and some main data recovery posters.
Our data recovery training covers various aspects of logical data recovery associated with filesystem, partition, and RAID recovery.
Each lesson comes with a video tutorial, printable summary, practice, and a full-length test.
For data recovery courses, please visit www.data.recovery.training.
Our data recovery manual provides information about basics of storing and recovering data illustrated by numerous examples.
This data recovery book focuses on partition recovery, filesystem recovery, and RAID recovery.
For the full table of content click here.
Sometimes a picture is worth a thousand words, so we designed a series of data recovery posters aimed
to be your crib in day-by-day routine data recovery work.
For the list of posters click here.