This section features information and resources for Washington community and technical college employees to learn about ctcLink PeopleSoft pillars, modules and training support resources.
Gain a better understanding of ctcLink with PeopleSoft ctcLink training courses. These courses provide basic instruction on how to use ctcLink PeopleSoft. Your organization will provide local ctcLink training specific to your agency or campus procedures (e.g. deadlines for travel forms, purchasing policies). Courses are self-paced.
Visit the ctcLink Training Registration page to:
- Find out how to register
- Select your course(s)
Self-Paced Training Options
PeopleSoft Fundamentals: Prerequisite to ctcLink Courses
Get to know PeopleSoft! PeopleSoft Fundamentals is for any Washington community and technical college staff working in any of the ctcLink pillars. Depending on your role, you will continue through various additional courses to gain a basic understanding of each. This course usually takes six to eight hours to complete.
Global Design Adoption Courses
These self-paced courses include a combination of overview information, videos, Quick Reference Guides (QRGs) and assessments. Coursework includes:
- Review of the Global Configuration Framework to help SMEs understand enterprise processes
- Global elements within PeopleSoft in preparation for Business Process Fit/Gap (BPFG) sessions
- Skills assessments to meet BPFG session participation prerequisite
Course completion times vary depending on the number of courses/modules required.
Learn about the tools for students, faculty, advisors, managers and employees in ctcLink. Each of these courses is self-enroll and take one to two hours to complete.
Each topic-specific training course focuses on delivering objectives and outcomes for the specific modules/subjects in PeopleSoft. Each module within the course offers multiple modes of engagement, designed to accommodate diverse learning styles, including:
- Read it
- Watch it
- Try it
End-User Training Options
Instructor-Led Training (ILT)
After self-paced prerequisite courses have been successfully completed — with an 80% or higher final grade — end users are eligible to remotely attend Instructor-Led Training (ILT) sessions.
Most of the traditional lecture materials are delivered in the prerequisite courses, allowing training session time to be used more constructively to provide greater detail and information regarding course topics. Training sessions will be used to reinforce the content and processes delivered through the prerequisite courses and allow participants to glean additional details for a deeper understanding of the ctcLink PeopleSoft system.
These instructor-led, short sessions are designed for all college staff that have successfully completed the self-paced training specific to their pillar area. Sessions are delivered on a cyclical basis – monthly, quarterly or yearly with the goal to strengthen the skill set of participating staff.
Upcoming ILT Schedule
Link to calendar for upcoming instructor-led training sessions for each pillar:
To access other pillar area work session activities, select the “Clear” hyperlink in the upper left corner of the calendar window. Then select the pillar specific area you wish to view from the right side filtered calendar choices.
Learn more about ctcLink Training Resources, including WebEx, instructional tools (Canvas and Panopto), ctcLink Reference Center and ctcLink Project Information Canvas modules.
Talk to Us
If you have questions about ctcLink training, please contact ctcLink Training Team Management.
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Grow your ctcLink PeopleSoft Skills
Courses for PeopleSoft Query Developers
- Query Development Life Cycle (QDLC)
- PS Query 101 Basics Canvas
- PS Query 201 Intermediate
- PS Query 301 Advanced
- Fundamentals Lab Canvas Course
Looking for ctcLink Support?
- ctcLink Customer Support
- Staff and faculty
- For help with your ctcLink account, first contact the college or agency where you work.
- ctcLink Support
- For help with your ctcLink account, first contact the college where you attend classes.
- ctcLink Student Self-Service Guide
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