Instructions and Requirements for Live Streaming

Information and Requirements for Livestream Classes and Workshops

Come join us from the comfort of your office or home!

All of our livestream classes are via Zoom software.  If you are unfamiliar with Zoom, have a new device or anticipate that you might have any difficulty connecting, please TEST this out PRIOR to the class and log into the class as early as possible (we usually open the Zoom session 30 minutes prior to the class time).  We are often unable to help with zoom tech support issues just prior to the class beginning as we are taking attendance, introducing sponsors, etc.  This link will help you to get set up:

Here is a short video with instructions on how to join a meeting:

Livestream Classroom Etiquette

In accordance with TRELG policies as submitted and approved by the Maine Real Estate Commission: An internet live class shall have live video and audio feeds of all participants that will allow real-time visualization and communication among all participants, and the Course instructor shall only issue a completed course affidavit to a live-class attendee who was
present by video and audio throughout the entirety of the course.
We intend for this class to be treated exactly the same as a live class!  If you would not do it in a live class, you cannot do it in a zoom class.  Please be respectful of your instructor, the sponsors, and your fellow licensees by abiding the following rules:
  1) Log onto Zoom, and be present on the screen at least 5 minutes early.
  2) Your camera MUST remain on for the entirety of the class.
  3) Your microphone should remain on mute, unless you are actively participating in the class.
  4) Cell phones are not prohibited, unless approved by the instructor or Zoom administrator.
  5) Driving is strictly prohibited!  This is a zero tolerance safety issue.  You will be removed from the class immediately.
  6) You must remain seated, and find a stationary resting place for your device for the duration of the class.  
  7) Conversations, other than with those in the class, shall be avoided.

Livestream Preparation
Here are the steps we are asking that you follow in order for you to have a successful class:
  1) Please review the email confirmation/reminders as they have all of the important information you will need, such as the Zoom link, date/time of the class, student handout, etc. 
  2) Please note, VERY IMPORTANT, we send emails to you at the email address you use to log into If your email address has changed, you may update that by logging into your student center.  Click the Edit Your Contact Information link.  It is important that the email in your TRELG student center is an email address that you check regularly, as this is our primary means of communication with you.  If you are not seeing emails from us, please check your spam or junk folder and mark as a safe sender.
  3) Once you are logged in to the Zoom session, please update your user name by hovering over your picture in the upper right-hand corner.  You'll see an option to "rename" yourself.  Your name on the screen should match your name that you used to register.
  4) Please keep your microphone muted.  The background noise is EXTREMELY distracting to the instructor and the other students.  You may raise your hand to get the instructor's attention before speaking.  Once you are called on, press and hold the spacebar on your keyboard to participate. 
  5) There will be a Zoom Administrative Specialist present during the class to monitor the chat.  The chat is not monitored by the instructor during the class.  
  6) For Continuing Education classes only:  The final quiz instructions are emailed to you once your attendance in the class has been confirmed.  This email typically goes out just after the break.  You can take the quiz as many times as you need to, and once you pass, you will need to complete the course evaluation.  IMPORTANT!  Your course completion certificate will NOT be available to print or download until EVERYONE has completed the quiz!
We appreciate your attendance and cooperation,
The Real Estate Learning Group