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ENGLISH DOCS FOR THIS DATE- Level 0 Academy Checksheet - P780922-1
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(HRS) Hubbard Recognized Scientologist
Prerequisites: Study technology: Product: Certificate: Duration of course: Note: Section I: Orientation Section II: Books
(to be read until end of the course)
Section III: Charts and Scales Section IV: Codes Section V: Theory of Communication and Training Routines Section VI: The Communication Cycle in Auditing Section VII: What an auditor mustn’t do Section VIII: E-meter Drills and Data on the E-Meter Section IX: Data on F/Ns Section X: Indicators Section XI: Setting up the PC Section XII: Model Session and Rudiments Section XIII: The Auditor’s Admin Section XIV: Styles of Auditing Section XV: Mini List of Processes on Grade 0 Theory Completion of Student: A: Attestation of student: B: Exam: Auditing Section: Practical Reference:
Level 0 Checksheet
on the base of HCO PL 22 September 1978R I, revised 5 January 1982

(HRS) Hubbard Recognized Scientologist

This course contains knowledge which is vital for a succesful life.

NAME:_____________________ ORG:_______________

START:_____________________ COMPLETION:_____________________

This Checksheet contains the knowledge vital for survival of Scientology technology from Level 0 and the levels below 0. It covers the technology dealing with “remembering” and “communication”.

  1. Student Hat
  2. Any TRs Course, e.g. the course “Success through Communication”, the HAS Course (“How to achieve effective communication”) or TRs as taught on the coaudit course for the Survival Rundown, etc.
Study technology:

During all the course the whole of study technology should be applied. The items of the checksheet must be studied and drilled in the given order. This checksheet is done by going through the materials and the practicals once.

The student must have a complete set of the Tech Volumes as reference material for the Academy levels as well as the “Dianetics and Scientology Technical Dictionary” which he should use in his daily studies.


A Hubbard Recognized Scientologist, able to audit others standardly up to Grade 0 Communications Release.


The completion of this checksheet entitles you to a certificate as “Hubbard Recognized Scientologist” (temporarily). The certificate is valid only for year and must then be validated by an internship.

When you have completed your training up to Class IV you should go through your internship in this or a higher organization under the skilled guidance of technical experts. For a complete training as an auditor an internship is absolutely necessary. If you then can apply the processes of the Grade flublessly, you will get awarded the full certificate as Hubbard Recognized Scientologist (permanent).

Duration of course:

2-3 weeks full time study.


On this course fast flow students don’t get star rate or twin checkouts. The student attests by signing the spaces besides a checksheet item with his name, stating he understands the data fully and can apply them. Drills have to be done fully and to the required result.

It is expected of the student that he, after having completed his academy levels up to Class IV, improves and refines his auditing skills on the Class IV Internship.

Section I: Orientation

  1. * HCO PL 7.2.65 Keeping Scientology Working __________
  2. * HCO PL 17.6.70R Tech Degrades__________
  3. HCO PL 22.11.67 Out Tech__________

Section II: Books
(to be read until end of the course)

  1. Dianetics 55!___________
  2. Self Analysis___________
  3. Axioms and Logics, axioms 1-28___________
  4. Problems of Work (Chapter 6: ARC)___________

Section III: Charts and Scales

  1. HCOB 12.11.81RA Grade Chart for the Lower Grades modernized___________
  2. HCO PL 23.10.80 II Chart of Abilities gained for the Expand Lower Levels and the Expanded Lower Grades, Section on Grade 0___________
  3. 1980 The Classification, Gradation and Awareness Chart of Levels and Certificates, Section on the Class 0 auditor___________
  4. Demo: The abilities gained on Grade 0___________
  5. HCOB 25.9.71RB Tone Scale in full___________
  6. HCOB 26.10.70 III Obnosis and the Tone Scale___________
  7. Drill: Obnosis Drill from paragraph 5 of the above HCOB___________
  8. Drill: Drill “Obnosis and the Tone Scale” from paragraph 11 of the above HCOB___________

Section IV: Codes

  1. HCO PL 14.10.68RA Auditor’s Code________________
  2. Demo:Every point of the auditor’s Code________________

Section V: Theory of Communication and Training Routines

  1. HCOB 24.12.79 Resurrection of the basics of TRs________________
  2. Clay Demo: Why one drills TRs________________
  3. Book: The Problems of work, Chapter 6: Affinity, Reality and Communication________________
  4. Clay Demo: The ARC Triangle, showing how A, R and C relate to each other and lead to understanding________________
  5. Book: Dianetic 55!, Chapter 7: Communication________________
  6. Clay Demo:
    1. Demonstrate the following in clay:
    2. Outflowing Communication________________
    3. Incoming Communication________________
    4. The definition of aberration________________
    5. What may be the consequence of an incomplete communication cycle________________
    6. How duplication relates to a complete communication cycle________________
  7. HCOB 5.4.73R Axiom 28 amended________________
  8. Clay Demo: The complete communication cycle and the result if it is applied fully________________
  9. HCOB 23.5.71R I The magic of the comm cycle________________
  10. HCOB 16.8.71RA II TRs remodernized________________
  11. HCOB 30.3.73 I Step Four, Handling of Originations________________
  12. Drill: Drill the following TRs as per HCOB 16.8.71, each until pass from supervisor.
  13. ______________
    1. OT TR 0 __________
    2. TR 0 __________
    3. TR 0 BB__________
    4. TR 1 __________
    5. TR 2 __________
    6. TR 2 S __________
    7. TR 3 __________
    8. TR 4 __________

Section VI: The Communication Cycle in Auditing

  1. HCOB 23.5.71R II The two parts of Auditing___________
  2. HCOB 30.4.71 The Auditing Communication Cycle___________
  3. Tape Lecture 25.7.63 Comm Cycle in Auditing___________
  4. HCOB 14.8.63 Lecture charts (to be used together with above tape lecture)___________
  5. Tape Lecture 6.7.63 Auditing Comm Cycle___________
  6. HCOB 23.5.71R IV Comm Cycles within the Auditing Cycle___________
  7. HCOB 23.5.71 V The communication Cycle in Auditing___________
  8. Demo: Each part of the auditing comm cycle___________
  9. HCOB 6.11.64 Auditing Styles___________
  10. Tape Lecture 20.8.63 The Itsa Line___________
  11. Tape lecture 21.8.63 The Itsa Line (continuation)___________
  12. HCOB 23.5.71 III The three important communication lines___________
  13. Drill: Drill listen style auditing, using the question “Do birds fly?”___________
  14. Tape Lecture 6.2.64 The Communication Cycle in Auditing___________
  15. HCOB 17.10.62 When the Auditor doesn’t understand___________
  16. Tape Lecture 28.4.64 Wisdom as an Auditor___________
  17. HCOB 7.4.65 Premature Acknowledgments___________
  18. HCO PL 1.7.65 Comm Cycle Additives___________
  19. Demo: Three examples for comm cycle additives___________
  20. Clay Demo: The auditing comm cycle and what happens in the bank if it is applied___________
  21. Tape Lecture 26.7.66 The Class Chart and Auditing___________
  22. HCOB 1.10.63 How to get Tone Arm Action___________
  23. Demo: What causes Ton Arm Action and how it happens___________
  24. Word clear: “Terminal”___________
  25. Demo: Where you would look for terminals to be used in process commands___________
  26. * HCOB 23.8.71 Auditor’s Rights___________

Section VII: What an auditor mustn’t do

  1. HCOB 7.4.64 Q & A ___________
  2. HCOB 5.4.80 Q & A - The real Definition___________
  3. Demo: 3 examples for Q & A___________
  4. HCOB 3.8.65 Auditing errors, Blowdown interruption___________
  5. Demo: The effect on a PC if one interrupts a blow down___________
  6. HCOB 5.2.66 II“Let the PC Itsa”, The Correctly Trained Auditor___________

Section VIII: E-meter Drills and Data on the E-Meter

  1. Book: The Book Introducing the E-Meter, page 1-32, 40-47 (You should have an E-Meter at hand while studying this book. Do the described actions with your E-Meter durch. If you have Mark VI, look in the “Owner’s Manual for Mark VI”.)___________
  2. Book: E-Meter Essentials, Chapter A___________
  3. Book: The Book of E-Meter Drills, Preface___________
  4. E-Meter-Drill 1.___________
  5. E-Meter-Drill 2.___________
  6. E-Meter-Drill 3A (If you have a Mark VI, look in your “owner Manual for the Mark VI”)___________
  7. E-Meter-Drill 4 (If you have Mark VI, do EMD 4-1 from the “Owner’s Manual for the Mark VI”)___________
  8. HCOB 11.5.69R E-Meter Trim Check___________
  9. Drill: Doing an E-Meter Trim Check___________
  10. Buch: E-Meter Essentials, Chapter B,C and E___________
  11. E-Meter-Drill 5 RA (per HCOB 7.2.79R, E-Meter Drill 5RA)___________
  12. HCOB 14.10.68 Meter Position…___________
  13. HCOB 23.5.71 IX Working with the E-Meter___________
  14. E-Meter-Drill 6___________
  15. E-Meter-Drill 7___________
  16. HCOB 21.1.77RB Checklist for False Ton Arm___________
  17. Drill: Check for false ton arm, including the corrective measures you would do as a Level 0 Auditor___________
  18. E-Meter-Drill 8___________
  19. E-Meter-Drill 9___________
  20. E-Meter-Drill 10___________
  21. Book: E-Meter Essentials, Kapitel F und J___________
  22. E-Meter-Drill 12___________
  23. E-Meter-Drill 13___________
  24. E-Meter-Drill 18___________
  25. HCOB 5.8.78 Instant Reads___________
  26. E-Meter-Drill 19___________
  27. E-Meter-Drill 20___________
  28. E-Meter-Drill 23___________
  29. E-Meter-Drill24___________
  30. HCOB 4.12.77 Checklist for setting up session and an E-Meter___________
  31. Drill: The complete actions for setting up a session as per above HCOB, until you can do it smoothly and with certainly___________

Section IX: Data on F/Ns

  1. HCOB 21.7.78 What is a Floating Needle?___________
  2. HCOB 20.2.70 Floating Needles and End Fenomena___________
  3. HCOB 8.10.70 Persistent F/N___________
  4. HCOB 10.12.76RB Scientology F/N and TA Position___________
  5. HCOB 7.3.75 Exteriorization and ending the Session___________

Section X: Indicators

  1. HCOB 29.7.64 Good Indicators on lover Levels___________
  2. HCOB 3.5.80 Indicators on PCs___________
  3. Drill: Using “Do birds fly?” student and coach drill recognizing indicators, the coach plays various good and bad indicators, until student can recognize the indicator shown with ease___________

Section XI: Setting up the PC

  1. * HCOB 21.6.72 I Method 5___________
  2. * HCOB 9.8.78 II Clearing Commands___________
  3. Drill: Clearing auditing commands, using the question “Do birds fly?”, until student can do this sertainty.___________
  4. * HCOB 15.7.78R Scientology C/S-1___________
  5. Drill: Doing a Scientology C/S-1 with a doll, without bull-baiting and with bull-baiting, until student can do it with certainty___________
  6. * HCOB 7.8.78 Havingness, Finding and Running the Havingness Process of a PC___________
  7. Demo:
    1. The final definition of havingness___________
    2. “No Havingness”___________
  8. Drill: Finding and auditing a havingness process___________

Section XII: Model Session and Rudiments

  1. * HCOB 11.8.78 I Rudiments, Definition and Pattern___________
  2. Demo:
    1. ARC break___________
    2. PTP___________
    3. Missed Withhold___________
  3. Demo: A PC who is “in session”___________
  4. Drill: Handling each rud, going earlier/similar on each one, use different situations, until student can handle everything which comes up with ease___________
  5. * HCOB 11.8.78 II Model Session___________
  6. Drill: Doing the model session, using the process “Do birds fly?”.
    1. without bull-baiting___________
    2. with bull-baiting___________

Section XIII: The Auditor’s Admin

  1. HCOB 7.5.69 VI Summary on how to write up an Auditor’s Report etc.___________
  2. BTB 6.11.72R III The Auditor’s C/S___________
  3. Drill: Write up completely, for an emagined session:
    1. one set of worksheets;
    2. an auditr’s report,
    3. a summary report,
    4. the auditor’s C/S. Hand in everything to the supervisor___________

Section XIV: Styles of Auditing

  1. HCOB 10.12.64 Listen Style Auditing___________
  2. Demo: When to use a prompter and why it works___________
  3. Drill: Drill the use of prompters___________
  4. * HCOB 11.12.64 II Scientology 0, Processes___________
  5. Clay Demo: The purpose of Level 0 and of Listen Style Auditing___________
  6. HCOB 23.6.80RA Checking questions on Grade Processes___________
  7. Demo:
    1. The rule on checking routine questions and commands on Grade processes___________
    2. How this applies to Grade 0 processes___________

Section XV: Mini List of Processes on Grade 0

  1. HCOB 8.9.78R Mini List of Processes from Grade 0 to IV
    Study and drill:
    1. No. 1 as per above HCOB___________
    2. No. 2 as per above HCOB___________
    3. No. 3 as per above HCOB___________
    4. No. 4 as per above HCOB___________

Theory Completion of Student:

A: Attestation of student:

The following attestation has to be segned item for item before the student begins to audit Grade 0 processes.

If the student has any doubts or reservations to attest any of the below points he should do a retread on this area.

Only if the student has achieved these skills without any doubt he will get good results on Grade 0 Processes.

I attest that:

  1. I know the study technology contained in the Student Hat and can apply it fully ___________
  2. I have applied the study technology out of the Student Hat during this course fully.___________
  3. I have read and understand the books “Dianetic 55!”, “Self Analysis”, “Axioms and Logics” (Axioms 1-28) and “The Problems of Work”, Chapter 6 “Affinity, Reality and Communication”___________
  4. I understand the E-Meter and know how to use it___________
  5. I have achieved good TRs 1-4 by drilling each TR to its EP___________
  6. I can say with no reservstions that I have a good understanding of the theory of ARC and the theory of communication and that I can apply them___________
  7. I have mastered the steps of preparing an auditing session and can apply them ___________
  8. I understand the Scientology Auditing C/S-1 and can apply it.___________
  9. I understand the data on clearing commands and can apply them.___________
  10. I am able to find and audit a havingness process.___________
  11. I know the model session and can use it together with simple rudiment handling.___________
  12. I understand fully and can apply theeory and the rules regarding checking questions and commands of Grade processes.___________
  13. I understand listen style auditing and can do it.___________
  14. I understand the use of prompters and am able to apply them correctly.___________
B: Exam:

The student must fully pass an exam on the materials of this checksheet in the Qualification Division

DIR. FOR VALIDITY:____________________________DATE:______________

Auditing Section: Practical

The student now is entitled to begin with student’s auditing of Grade 0 processes (and ARC Straightwire).

Nobody may or can demand that the student audits processes which are above his level of training. If a case needs processes of a higher level, students of higher levels shall be ordered to audit these actions.


HCOB 8 Sept. 78 RA, re-rev. 6.3.82, “Mini List of Processes of Grade 0 to IV”

BTB 15. Nov. 76 I “Quadrupel Processes for Expanded Grades 0-IV, Part A, ARC Straightwire”

BTB 15 Nov. 76 II, “Quadrupel Processes for Expanded Grades 0-IV, Part B, Grade 0 Processes”

1. Audit at least one PC on every process of level 0 until the EP of each process and until