I maintained my edge by always being a student; you will always have something new to learn.Jackie Joyner Kersee
There are two items that we’d like to bring to your attention. They were featured in last week’s Thursday Dispatch, but we’re repeating them in today’s Coach in case you missed them.
STUDENT EMPLOYEES AND ES100
Student employees were not required to complete training last spring. However, they will need to complete the Employee Self- Service (ES100) training before they access the system on Nov. 9.
The course covers a range of topics, including tracking time, entering time, reporting leave/comp time, creating travel authorizations, requesting an absence and viewing requests and time summaries. In addition, the employee will be shown how to view payroll information, personal and benefit details.
Managers, please schedule these employees to complete this training during work hours and please help them register for the course. Please click here for more information.
Do you need job-related data? Anyone can run queries in ctcLink to access the information they need. The SBCTC has created a 30- minute training on how to run queries. It will show you everything you need to know in order to pull reports.
WHAT IS A QUERY
A tool in ctcLink that allows people to get information relevant to their job, specifically about students, classes, departments. It lets you search information in an instant – instead of looking up individual pieces of data. When you run a query in ctcLink, you get a downloadable file with all the data you request.
WHO SHOULD TAKE QUERY TRAINING
Everyone has the ability to run queries in ctcLink, and everyone is welcome to take the training. Those who ran DataX reports in the old HP system are most likely to use ctcLink queries. If you are a faculty member who has had to ask staff for information in the past, you can now take the query training and locate it yourself. If your job entitles you to information, ctcLink makes it easy for you to find.
For current information: please click here. Additional information for managers will be coming out soon.
HELP AND RESOURCES
HELP AND RESOURCES
Need more information? Check out the BC ctcLink website:
Find out more about the statewide efforts on the SBCTC blog:
View SBCTC updates:
Review a comprehensive schedule of SBCTC training:
Listen to recordings of SBCTC training:
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Last Updated October 14, 2021