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The C/S is liable to make most of his C/S errors in C/Sing two way comm. The reasons for this are:

1. Two way comm is auditing.

2. The errors that can be made in any auditing can be made in two way comm.

3. Untrained or poorly trained auditors do not always respect two way comm as auditing.

4. Errors in two way comm become masked since the procedure is loose.

5. Earlier C/Ses on the case may have missed the easily missed two way comm errors.


A. The C/S must recognize that two way comm is auditing. Therefore it follows all the rules of auditing.

B. Any error that occurs in other auditing can occur in two way comm auditing. Errors in a two way comm session must be carefully looked for as they easily can be masked in the worksheet.

C. Auditors must be persuaded by the C/S to make notation of auditing essentials in two way comm as of senior importance to pc's text (which is also made note of in the W/S).

D. The questions asked in two way comm can be very incorrect just as rote processes can be.

E. An auditor must be trained as a two way comm auditor (class II). Otherwise he will evaluate, Q and A and commit other faults.

F. If an ARC break occurs early in a two way comm session and is not handled as such the rest of the session is audited over an ARC break and can put a pc into a sad effect.

G. A pc with a PT problem not being handled in the two way comm will get no gain.

H. A pc with a W/H in a two way comm session will become critical, nattery and/or get a dirty needle.

I. Two way comm processes must be flattened to F/N. If an F/N doesn't occur then the subject didn't read in the first place or the auditor Qed and Aed or evaluated or changed the subject or the TRs were out or the pc's ruds were out.

J. A two way comm subject chosen must be tested for read in that session before being used for two way comm.

K. Improper two way comm questions can plunge the pc into an out rud situation not then handled. "Is anything upsetting you?" or any mention of upsets by the auditor is the same as asking for an ARC break. "Has anything been troubling — worrying you lately?" is the same as asking for a PTP. "Who aren't you talking to?" is asking for W/Hs.

L. The subject of major processes should be kept out of two way comm C/Ses, auditors' questions and two way comm assessment lists (ARC breaks, problems, overts, changes or any major auditing subject, as they are too heavy, being the buttons of the bank).

M. The C/S should only let class II or above auditors do two way comm sessions.

N. A rud going out in a two way comm session must be put in by the auditor.

O. A two way comm session should end in an F/N.

P. Auditors whose two way comm sessions do not end in F/N must be taught to check the subject for read before using, not to Q and A, not to evaluate and given a refresher on two way comm tapes and HCO Bs.

Q. In a two way comm session that flubs the C/S must be careful to isolate the errors just as in any other auditing session that flubs and put them right.

R. A two way comm subject that reads on test and doesn't F/N on two way comm must be checked for O/R (if TA went up) and rehabbed by the 1965 rehab method, or prepchecked or just continued.


The whole point to all of this is that a two way comm session is auditing. It is delivered by the auditor, C/Sed and remedied like any other session.

Also it is usually being run on a delicate pc who is more affected by errors than pcs being given other processes.


[This HCO B is amended by BTB 10 July 1970, Two Way Comm-A Class III Action, which is based on LRH C/Ses. It says, "Rules E and M are changed from 'Class II' to 'Class III'. "]