At my company you can take a course where you can receive training in being a "Super Helper." (Real program name anonymized to protect the innocent.) When, if ever, should we capitalize "Super Helper"?
Like a title, I imagine if we were to say "Super Helper Dave," it should be capitalized.
What about if we say, "Come to this class so you can become a Super Helper!" Should it be capitalized then?
Does being plural make any difference? For example, should it be capitalized in a sentence such as, "We have twenty-seven Super Helpers"?
My instinct was to capitalize Super Helper like a person's title, which I would normally only capitalize before a person's name, but I'm not convinced this is really a person's title. Maybe it's a "name of a program"? Is it more appropriate to capitalize it in order to distinguish it as a particular, specific program?