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2020-04-28T14:16:01+00:00 April 13, 2020|ctcLink News|
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Delta Dog Works From Home, Too

Delta DogMany of us are settling into our work-from-home routines. Take advantage of this time to check out ctcLink training courses that are available to you.

You will be required to take some of these courses within the year, so this is your chance to dig in and get a head start.

The first one is available now and is required for all college employees.

Look for more courses in the coming weeks.

Training Opportunity 1: PeopleSoft Fundamentals

Who should take this course?

All college employees will be required to take PeopleSoft Fundamentals.

What to expect

This course has been completely redesigned and updated as of about six months ago. Even if you took the course a couple of years ago, you will need to take it again. In the coming days, you will see an email inviting you to the course. If you would like to get started and have not yet seen that invitation, Delta Dog.

What you will learn

The course will provide an overview of ctcLink, what it is and how to navigate the system. It will provide some Frequently Asked Questions, videos to walk you through using the system, as well as additional resources such as Terms and Concepts, Quick Reference Guides (QRGs) and more. The course is made up of eight modules and usually takes 4 to 6 hours to complete.

There may be a quiz

ctcLink courses include an initial quiz asking you to agree to a confidentiality policy. If the modules within a course are grayed out, you may need to first complete the quiz.

Need help?

ctcLink training courses are offered in Canvas. To access, use your Highline credentials: Highline username (e.g., deltadog, not deltadog@highline.edu) and password. If you have problems, contact the ITS Help Desk

Delta Dog’s final tips

Stay home, stay healthy and wash your paws.

Ask Delta Dog

Delta DogWho is this blue dog? Learn why Delta Dog is our trusty companion on the journey to ctcLink.

If you have questions about ctcLink, ask Delta Dog.

You can also view the Frequently Asked Questions page.

For information about the statewide ctcLink project, visit the SBCTC ctcLink page and read the blog, ctcLink Connect.