It is recommended that a student be moderately proficient at using a computer. An example of this would be the ability to browse the internet, send and receive emails and create files and folders. If you are able to complete these activities using a computer you would probably be capable of completing an online course with RETS. Please note: our online course is set-up to be completed online – it would be time consuming and difficult to ‘print out’ our online course and we strongly discourage this. If you wish to have a paper based copy of the course RETS suggests you purchase the hardcopy version.
Once you are in your online course technical support is available through the online system. You will see a button clearly marked 'Technical support' which you can click on for any technical issues you may be having.
Minimum system requirements
Processor: 1.3 GHz or higher
Mac Processor: G4 667 MHz or higher
System Memory (RAM): 256MB or higher
Display: 800 x 600 or higher SVGA recommended, 16 bit colour or higher
Video Memory: 32MB of video RAM or higher
Internet access: dial-up 56k or higher (broadband recommended - DSL/Cable/LAN)
Sound: 16-bit sound card or higher (not essential)
Internet Explorer 7 (recommended), Firefox 1.5+, Google Adobe reader MS Word/Excel or similar
Windows Operating System: Windows 2000 with SP4, Windows XP with SP2 or later
Apple Operating System: OS X 10 or later
As part of a course students may need to download specific agency forms from 'ADL Forms'. If you are a Mac user please let RETS know and we will provide you with an alternative method of accessing your forms.