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Selection day

Are you ready for selection day?

It’s going to be a fantastic day with a chance to get to know one another better and for you to get a taste for how CAP in Northern Ireland works. During the day you’ll also get to meet several other potential service managers and debt coaches working in the same capacity as you – a great opportunity to share tips!

For specific date and times, please check the emails we’ve sent you.

How to find us

The selection day will take place at our Northern Ireland office in Belfast. The full address is:

The Old Rectory
217 Holywood Road
Belfast
BT4 2DH

The office is within the grounds of St Mark’s Church of Ireland on Holywood Road.

Please drive into the grounds of the church and park along the right hand side of the church itself. The Old Rectory is the red brick building with a big red door to the right of the church.

Who’s the person to contact?

Our Northern Ireland National Development Manager, Chris Cupples, will be your point of contact for the day and can be reached on 07909230667.

What will be happening throughout the day?

Here’s a rundown:

9:30am
Welcome (with plenty of good coffee and pastries!)
10am
Heart and vision of CAP
10:45am
Group exercise (involving ‘planning’ a CAP event and giving a short group presentation)
11:30am
Individual interviews*
1pm
Lunch

*As part of the interview, we’ll be asking you about your evangelistic experience and examples of where you’ve shared your faith with others – please have a think about anything in particular you’d like to say in advance.

If you’ve got any questions, please just give the selection team a call on 01274 760797.

What happens if I’m successful at the selection day?

Hooray! You’re moving on up! If you’re successful on selection day, you’ll be invited to attend compulsory residential training in Bradford. For further details on dates, please check your confirmation email or give our team a call on 01274 760797.

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