VOL. 6 – AUGUST 31, 2021

There are some things you learn best in calm, and some in storm.

Willa Cather


This will be a short and to-the-point version of Coach.

We want to take the opportunity to thank the Bellevue College community for its dedication over the summer. As you know, change is never a simple matter, but there is no doubt – we will make it to the other side.

Enjoy the long Labor Day weekend. You deserve it!


BC’s ctcLink website is undergoing a major overhaul. We want to bring you the information you need in the most efficient package possible. Please be patient. We expect to be fully operational by next week.


One of the best ways to learn is instructor-led training. Your ctcLink team is currently developing an array of courses that will cover major processes. Stay tuned for more information.


If you have joined the College since mid-June, then work with your supervisor to complete the Phase 1 training.

A few notes:

  • Courses are self-paced. Longer courses allow you to pause at certain points (end of modules) and continue at a later time so you do not need to complete the course all in one sitting.
  • If you are unsure which course you should complete, please check with your supervisor.
  • Phase 3 training will be announced soon (Only UAT participants are required to take Phase 2 training).

You can register for Phase 1 training here.


We’re hiring to support staff and students throughout the ctcLink transition. Current part-time employees are encouraged to apply to supplement their current hours. Students and faculty, too!

Training will be provided. Click here for details.


The ctcLink website is a great place for additional information. Again, we are currently upgrading the site to provide the best possible experience for our users.

ctcLink Website

If you have any questions about training, please contact Warda Zaman at warda.zaman@bellevuecollege.edu. And if you have suggestions on how to improve this email, please contact Yves Martin at: yves.martin@bellevuecollege.edu.

Last Updated September 7, 2021