HUBBARD COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE
Saint Hill Manor, East Grinstead, Sussex
HCO POLICY LETTER OF 22 SEPTEMBER 1978RA
RE-REVISED 6 MARCH 1982
BPL 26 Ian 72RC, Issue VI Rev. 7.12.76 and 25.3.77 SCIENTOLOGY LEVEL II STANDARD ACADEMY CHECKSHEET and
PILOT BPL 26 Jan 72RD, Issue VI, Rev. 28.2.78, SCIENTOLOGY LEVEL II STANDARD ACADEMY CHECKSHEET.
Scn Orgs Academies
Level II Students
(The revisions include changes in the auditing requirements for Level II certification and the updating of the checksheet with recently issued or revised HCOBs/HCO PLs pertinent to Level II.)
(Re-revised 6 March 82 to include in the auditing requirements that the student must give and receive a Student Confessional to successful completion before certification on the Level, and to include updated HCOB references pertinent to Level II.)
(Revisions in Script)
SCIENTOLOGY LEVEL II
STANDARD ACADEMY CHECKSHEET
(HCA) HUBBARD CERTIFIED AUDITOR
THIS COURSE CONTAINS KNOWLEDGE VITAL TO SUCCESSFUL LIVING.
NAME: ___________________ ORG: _____________
DATE STARTED: _____________ DATE COMPLETED: ______________
This checksheet contains the vital survival knowledge of Scientology Level Two Technology. It covers the technology dealing with contra-survival acts of commission and omission ("overts" and "withholds").
- The Student Hat.
- Provisional Class I.
- Method One Word Clearing.
STUDY TECH: Full application of all study tech is to be used throughout this course. The items are to be. studied and drilled in sequence. This checksheet is done one time through materials and practical.
PRODUCT: A Hubbard Certified Auditor who is able to standardly audit others to Grade II Relief Release.
CERTIFICATE: Completion of this checksheet entitles you to the certificate of Provisional HUBBARD CERTIFIED AUDITOR. A Provisional Cert is valid only for one year at which time it must be validated by Interneship.
When you have completed through to Class IV training, you should interne immediately in this organization or a higher org under the professional guidance of technical experts. An interneship is absolutely necessary to full auditor training.
When you can then apply the processes of the Grade flublessly you will be awarded your full Permanent Hubbard Certified Auditor Certi fi cate.
LENGTH OF THE COURSE: 2 weeks full time.
NOTE: STARRATES AND TWIN CHECKOUTS ARE NOT GIVEN ON THIS COURSE.
The student attests, by signing his name on the checksheet item blanks, that he fully understands and can apply the data. DRILLS ARE TO BE DONE FULLY TO THEIR RESULT.
IT IS EXPECTED THAT THE STUDENT WILL THEN POLISH AND REFINE HIS AUDITING SKILLS ON THE CLASS IV INTERNESHIP, UPON COMPLETION OF THE ACADEMY LEVELS THROUGH CLASS IV.
A. ORIENTATION SECTION:
- HCO PL 7 Feb 65 Reiss. 27.8.80 KSW Series 1, KEEPING SCIENTOLOGY WORKING
- HCO PL 17 Jun 70RA Rev. 27.4.81 KSW Series 5, TECHNICAL DEGRADES
- HCO PL 22 Nov 67 Rev. & Reiss. 18.7.70 ALL STUDENTS - ALL COURSES OUT TECH
B. BOOKS: (To be read by end of course if not read previously.)
- INTRODUCTION TO SCIENTOLOGY ETHICS
Pubs DK Ed-1973; Pubs US Ed-1970
- CLAY DEMO: The purpose of Scientology Ethics.
- SCIENTOLOGY 0-8
- THE BOOK OF CASE REMEDIES
Pubs DK Ed-1975; Pubs US Ed-1971
- E-METER ESSENTIALS
- 1980 CLASSIFICATION, GRADATION AND AWARENESS CHART OF LEVELS AND CERTIFICATES - Class II Auditor Section
- HCO PL 23 Oct 80 II CHART OF ABILITIES GAINED FOR LOWER LEVELS AND EXPANDED LOWER GRADES
- DEMO: The abilities gained for Grade II.
- HCO PL 14 Oct 68RA THE AUDITOR’S CODE Rev. 19.6.80
- DEMO: Each point of the Auditor's Code.*
- THE CODE OF HONOR - Scientology 0-8, p. 43
E. TR DATA:
- HCO B 16 Aug 71RA II Re-rev. 4.9.80 TRAINING DRILLS REMODERNIZED
- HCOB 12 Nov 59 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS IN AUDITING
- HCOB 1 Oct 65R MUTTER TR
- HCOB 21 Nov 73 THE CURE OF Q&A - MAN'S DEADLIEST DISEASE
- HCO B 20 Nov 73 I 21ST ACC TRAINING DRILLS (ANTI Q & A DRILL)
NOTE: On this Section, TRs 0-IV are re-drilled, using HCOB 16 Aug 71RA, TRAINING DRILLS REMODERNIZED, with an eye to further polishing the student's own natural TRs. The Mutter TR and Anti Q and A Drill are done to a pass by the Course Supervisor.
- OT TR 0
- TR 0
- TR 0 BB
- TR 1
- TR 2½
- TR 2
- TR 3
- TR 4
- Anti Q&A Drill
G. E-METER DATA:
- HCOB 25 May 62 E-METER INSTANT READS
- HCOB 21 Jul 62 URGENT INSTANT READS
- HCOB 15 Mar 74 R Rev. 22.2.79 E-METERS SENSITIVITY ERRORS
- HCOB 20 Sep 78 AN INSTANT F/N IS A READ
- HCOB 5 Aug 78 INSTANT READS
- DEMO: What the meter reacts on.
- An instant read.
- When an F/N is a read.
- * HCO B 17 May 69 TRs AND DIRTY NEEDLES
- DEMO: How to handle a dirty needle.
- HCOB 3 Sep 78 DEFINITION OF A ROCKSLAM
- HCOB 10 Aug 76 R Rev. 5.9.78 RSes, WHAT THEY MEAN
- HCO B 20 Nov 73 II F/N WHAT YOU ASK OR PROGRAM
- HCO B 27 May 70 RU Rev. 3.12.78 READING QUESTIONS AND ITEMS
- HCO B 28 Feb 71 C/S Series 24, METERING READING ITEMS
H. METER DRILLS: (From THE BOOK OF E-METER DRILLS)
(Also Ref. BTB 18 Jan 77R BOOK OF E-METER DRILLS DELETION)
NOTE: On this section, pink sheets are given for any earlier
E-Meter Drills needing improvement.
I. DATA ON AUDITING:
- HCOB 24 Aug 64 SESSION MUST NOTS
- HCOB 17 Feb 74 MUTUAL OUT RUDS
J. STYLES OF AUDITING:
- HCOB 21 Feb 66 DEFINITION PROCESSES
- HCOB 6 Nov 64 STYLES OF AUDITING - Level Two Section
- DRILL ON A DOLL: Drill Guiding Style Auditing.
K. THEORY OF O/W:
- HCOB 28 Jan 60 THE KEY TO ALL CASES - RESPONSIBILITY
- CLAY DEMO: Responsibility.
- HCOB 31 Dec 59 BLOW OFFS
- HCOB 8 Sep 64 OVERTS, WHAT LIES BEHIND THEM
- DEMO: Why a pc would blow from auditing.
- TAPE: 16 Jan 62 THE NATURE OF WITHHOLDS
- TAPE: 20 Feb 62 WHAT IS A WITHHOLD
- CLAY DEMO: A withhold.
- HCO B 20 May 68 OVERT MOTIVATOR SEQUENCE
- TAPE: 3 Apr 62 THE OVERT MOTIVATOR SEQUENCE
- CLAY DEMO:
- The Overt Motivator Sequence.
- HCOB 10 Jul 64 OVERTS: ORDER OF EFFECTIVENESS IN PROCESSING
- HCO B 12 Jul 64 MORE ON O/Ws
- DEMO: Why you would not run a pc on an out-of-ARC process.
- HCO B 8 Feb 62 URGENT - MISSED WITHHOLDS
- TAPE: 22 May 62 MISSED WITHHOLDS
- TAPE: 1 Nov 62 THE MISSED MISSED WITHHOLD
- CLAY DEMO: A missed withhold and related phenomena.
- HCOB 12 Feb 62 HOW TO CLEAR WITHHOLDS AND MISSED WITHHOLDS
- HCOB 22 Feb 62 WITHHOLDS, MISSED AND PARTIAL
- HCOB 23 Jul 63 AUDITING RUNDOWN: MISSED WITHHOLDS
- HCO B 3 May 62R Rev.5.9.78 ARC BREAKS, MISSED WITHHOLDS
- DEMO: The fifteen manifestations of missed withholds.
- HCO B 31 Jan 70 WITHHOLDS, OTHER PEOPLE’S
- DEMO: The handling of a pc who gives off other people's withholds.
- HCO B 29 Sep 65 II THE CONTINUING OVERT ACT
- CLAY DEMO: Why committing continuous overt acts prevents case gain.
- TAPE: 2 Jul 64 O/W MODERNIZED AND REVISED
- DOLL DRILL: Handling missed withholds using various examples of the 15 manifestations of missed withhold, till the student can do it smoothly and effectively.
- HCO B 17 Apr 77 RECURRING WITHHOLDS AND OVERTS
L. CONFESSIONAL PROCEDURE:
- HCO B10 May 72 ROBOTISM
- HCO B21 Jan 60 JUSTIFICATION
- DEMO: Justification, and how it comes about.
- TAPE: 6110C04 SHSBC-62A MORAL CODES: WHAT IS WITHHOLD
- CLAY DEMO: How to Sec Check against a Moral Code and why this is done.
- TAPE: 6110C05 SHSBC-63OF SEC CHECKING TYPES WITHHOLDS
- TAPE: 6111C02 SHSBC-75 HOW TO SECURITY CHECK
- HCO B 19 Oct 61 SECURITY QUESTIONS MUST BE NULLED
- DEMO: What happens to the pc if a Confessional Question is left unflat.
- HCO B 16 Nov 61 SECURITY CHECKING, GENERALITIES WON’T DO
- HCO B29 Mar 65 ALL LEVELS, ARCBREAKS
- DEMO: What happens if you accept agenerality from a pc on a Confessional question.
- HCO B 11 Jan 62 SECURITY CHECKING, TWENTY-TEN THEORY
- TAPE: 6110C26 SHSBC-72 SECURITY CHECKING, AUDITING ERRORS
- HCO B 1 Nov 74RA Rev. 5.9.78 ROCK SLAMS AND ROCK SLAMMERS
- DEMO: The difference between someone who has R/Ses and a Rock Slammer.
- HCO B 1 Mar 77 II CONFESSIONAL FORMS
- HCO B7 May 77 LONG DURATION SEC CHECKING
- HCO PL 7 Dec 76 LEAVING AND LEAVES
- TAPE: 6205C03 SHSBC-142 CRAFTSMANSHIP - FUNDAMENTALS
- HCO B 6 Sep 78 FOLLOWING UP ON DIRTY NEEDLES
- TAPE: 6205C23 SH TVD-7 FISH & FUMBLE, CHECKING DIRTY NEEDLES
- DRILL ON A DOLL: Following up on a dirty needle.
- HCO B 30 Nov 78 CONFESSIONAL PROCEDURE
- DEMO: Full Confessional Procedure.
- DRILL ON A DOLL: Using "Have you ever eaten an apple?”
- Clearing the question.
- Taking a Confessional question to F/N.
- Pulling a Missed W/H, to F/N.
- Comparmenting a question.
- Helping a pc who needs help.
- Handling a pc Who is trying to get off motivators, justifications or someone else's withholds.
- Handling a pc who is misdirecting the auditor.
- Pc nattering.
- Pc ARC breaking.
- Applying the buttons, as necessary, to a Confessional Question.
- Handling a dirty needle.
- Confessional Procedure, handling a variety of situations.
- The above drills are to be done unbullbaited and bullbaited until student can handle Confessional Procedure comfortably and with confidence.
- HCO B 10 Nov 78R I Rev. 3.12.78 PROCLAMATION, POWER TO FORGIVE
- HCO B 10 Nov 78R-1 Issue II PROCLAMATION: POWER TO FORGIVE, ADDITION
- DRILL ON A DOLL: Handling various adverse reactions to the Proclamation of Forgiveness.
- HCO B 7 Sep 78R Rev. 21.10.78 MODERN REPETITIVE PREPCHECKING
- DEMO: The procedure of a Prepcheck and what occurs in the pc’s bank.
- DRILL ON A DOLL: Prepcheck "Apples" until you can handle the procedure comfortably and easily.
N. BASIC DATA ON HANDLING GRADE II PROCESSES:
- HCO B 23 Jun 80R Rev. 25.2.82 CHECKING QUESTIONS ON GRADE PROCESSES
- DEMO: How HCOB 23 Jun 80R applies to Grade II Processes.
O. MINI LIST OF GRADE II PROCESSES:
- HCOB 8 Sep 78 RA Re-rev. 6.3.82 MINI LIST OF GRADE 0-IV PROCESSES
- Study and drill: # 8 per above HCOB.
- Study and drill: # 9 per above HCOB.
- Study and drill: # 10 and its referenceds per the above HCOB.
P. STUDENT THEORY COMPLETION:
1. STUDENT ATTEST
The following attest is to be signed off, point by point, before the student begins auditing Grade II Processes.
If the Student has any reservation or question about attesting to any of the points below, he should retread himself in that area.
Only when the student has acquired these skills without question will he or she achieve good results on Grade II Processes.
I attest that:
- I know and can fully apply the'Study Tech given in the Student Hat.
- I have applied the Study Tech of the Student Hat fully while on this course.
- I have read the books, INTRODUCTION TO SCIENTOLOGY ETHICS, THE BOOK OF CASE REMEDIES, SCIENTOLOGY 0-8, and E-METER ESSENTIALS, and I understand them.
- I understand the E-Meter and how to use it.
- I know and can recognize an Instant Read on the meter.
- I know and can recognize the difference between a dirty needle and a rock slam.
- I know how to follow up on and clean a dirty needle.
- I have acquired good TRs 0-IV by drilling each.
- I understand Q and A and can audit Level II skills without Q and A.
- I understand and can run,0/W processes.
I have a good grasp of withhold and missed withhold tech, and am able to pull withholds and missed withholds.
- I understand and can do Confessionals.
- I understand and can audit Prepchecking.
- I understand the theory and rules regarding checking questions on Grades Processes and can apply them.
Q. AUDITING SECTION: PRACTICAL
The student is now eligible to begin student auditing on Grade II Processes.
The student must not and cannot be required by anyone to audit processes above his training level. Where upper level processes are necessary for a case, upper level students should be called upon to audit the actions.
- HCO B 8 Sep 78RA Re-rev. 6.3.82 MINI LIST OF GRADE O-IV PROCESSES
- B.T.B. 15 Nov 76 IV 0-IV EXPANDED GRADE PROCESSES
- HCO B 7 Mar 82 CONFESSIONALS INCLUDED IN EXPANDED GRAVE 2 PROCESSES
- Deliver a Student Confessional (HCO PL 29 June, 61R, Rev. 8.11.80, STUDENT CONFESSIONAL LIST) to another student to successful completion.
- Receive a Student Confessional from another student to successful completion.
- Audit at least one pc on each of the processes of Level II to the EP of each process and the attainment of the Ability Gained for the Level, OR produce consistent well-done auditing hours in the style of auditing taught on Level II to a definite good pc result (remarkable case change). _______
- Get any errors or misunderstandings on applying the materials of Grade II successfully reviewed and corrected. _______
ATTEST: I attest that I have successfully fulfilled the auditing requirements for certification on Level II, as given above.
STUDENT ATTEST: ______________ DATE: ______________
I attest this student has successfully fulfilled the Level II auditing requirements for certification, as given above, and has demonstrated his competence in auditing the style of this Level.
SUPERVISOR ATTEST: __________ DATE: __________
STUDENT COURSE COMPLETION
A. STUDENT COMPLETION:
I have completed the requirements of this checksheet and I know and can apply the materials.
STUDENT ATTEST: __________ DATE: __________
I have trained this student to the best of'my ability and he/she has completed the requirements of this checksheet and knows and can apply the checksheet data.
SUPERVISOR ATTEST: ___________ DATE: _____________
B. STUDENT ATTEST AT C & A:
I attest: (a) I have enrolled properly on the course, (b) I have paid for the course, (c) I have studied and understand all the materials of this checksheet, (d) I have done all the drills on this checksheet, (e) I can produce the results required in the materials of the course.
STUDENT ATTEST: __________ DATE: _________
C & A: __________ DATE: ___________
C. STUDENT INFORMED BY QUAL SEC OR C & A:
I hereby attest that I have informed the student that to make his provisional certificate permanent he will have to be interned within one year.
QUAL SECORC& A: __________ DATE: _____________
D. CERTS AND AWARDS:
Certificate of HUBBARD CERTIFIED AUDITOR (Provisional) issued.
C & A: _________ DATE: ____________
(Route this form to Course Admin for filing in Student’s folder.)
L. RON HUBBARD
Revision assisted by Research & Technical Compilations Unit
Adopted as Official Church Policy by the CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY INTERNATIONAL