Candidate Registration Phase I

We would like to welcome you to our center. Please carefully read all the information on this page. We look forward to working with you as you complete this process as part of your preparation for ministry.

There are three steps to complete the candidate process:

  1. Forms (Registration, Autobiographical and Releases of Information).  You can complete the first five forms online by clicking the form link or you can download the form in Word Format to your computer, complete it and then attach it to an email back to us ([email protected]).  You can also print the forms and send them by mail.  Please note:  The remaining three forms are Releases of Information and will need to be printed, signed and then either mailed, faxed or scanned and emailed back to us.
  2. After completing and submitting the forms, CALL OUR CENTER (651-636-5120) again for further information on how to complete a battery of inventories and to schedule your evaluation appointment.
  3. Participate in an evaluation at our Center on your appointed date.

    Important Evaluation Appointment Information

To fill out and submit a form on the web, click the button corresponding to the form’s name.  To download a printable form to send in via mail, click on the Word icon (for a Word document) or the Adobe icon (for a PDF document) next to the form.
A word of caution: if you are unable to finish the online form in one sitting, just saving the web page won’t capture the text you have written, so you will have to copy and paste your answers into a document to save. It might be best to write up answers in a document to begin with, then copy and paste them over once every question has been answered.

Phase I Registration Forms

Word PDF Online
Candidate Registration
 
 
Candidate Questionnaire
 
 
Incomplete Sentences
 
 
Medical History – Part A
 
 
Analysis of Skills
Word PDF Releases of Information (Print, sign, and return to NCMDC)
Policy on Use of Client Data in Research
 Limits of Confidentiality
 Statement of Personal Conduct