You can apply without committing yourself to anything – in fact we’d be happy for you to consider this as part of your exploration of whether DNA is right for you.
Apply to DNA
Once we receive your application we shall email you asking you to submit details of your spiritual history to date.
References will be taken up from your home church leader and a mature Christian friend, and you will be invited to an interview.
DNA is committed to working within a rigorous Safeguarding Policy. Criminal records checks will therefore be obtained as part of your application process. A criminal record will not necessarily be a bar to acceptance, unless the nature of any matters revealed could place children or vulnerable adults at risk. The process is subject to a strict code to ensure confidentiality, fair practice and security of any information disclosed. We can supply you with a copy of our Code of Best Practice and our own procedures upon request.
The Safeguarding Policy is available to you upon request.
Upon being offered a place on DNA, we will ask you to confirm your acceptance of our offer by paying a non-refundable deposit of £100, securing your place. This deposit will be deducted from your Term 1 fees.