The Hubbard Apprentice Scientologist Course for the HAS certificate is the first requisite course. It is taught in qualified Academies. It can be preceded by a personal efficiency course and for this franchise holders may issue, on the form provided-by a Central Organization, a course completion certificate. But this is not requisite to enrolling in an HAS Course.
For some years HAS courses have been very successful. However, at higher levels lack of training in basics has been a stumbling block to auditors. Therefore this course becomes a formal Academy course out of actual training need and has a proper and precise curriculum.
The HAS Course is a rigorous course. To cover its materials in 160 course hours requires great diligence and application.
The Study Materials.
Code of a Scientologist.
The Auditor’s Code.
The Dianetic Axioms.
The Scientology Axioms.
The ARC Triangle.
The Tone Scale.
The 8 Dynamics.
Relationship of Thetan — Body — Reactive Mind.
HCO Bulletins on Listen Style Auditing.
HCO Bulletins on Level 0 Processes.
How to make out an Auditor’s Report.
The Local and Worldwide Organizations of Scientology.
An Org Board.
The Symbols of Dianetics and Scientology.
A Short History of Dianetics and Scientology.
The Gradation and Classification Programme.
Listen Style Drills.
PRACTICAL REQUIREMENTSPatter Drills for Zero Routines.
The Prompters (responses to pcs in difficulty about talking).
How to set up a session.
All Routines of Level Zero run and received.
A good familiarity with the substance and precision of Scientology.
To be able to get people to talk to him or her easily without meeting it with censure, interruptions or invalidation. To be a safe, trustworthy auditor who can listen.
To be able to talk more freely to others and be more comfortable about it.
This is the totality of study — and achievements.
No axioms or logics must be learned verbatim but they as well as their words must be understood and the student must be able to demonstrate what they mean.
Vocabulary should be glib and useful to the student.
Cases that are severe cases may be relegated to the HGC at student rates but only to have Remedies A and B run. Five hour or 25 hour intensives may be offered students for this purpose. No attempt should be made to get this auditing done on course and no instructor may do it. Any time spent in being audited is either added to course time or done by the week-end HGC.
Instructors may not audit students on the HAS course, but may give minor assists or demonstrations.
Instructors must be alert on the consequences of missed definitions and, due to limited course time, may not waste any time noticing a student is dragging and doing something about it in the limits given above.
Course texts and HCO Bulletins are mainly already in existence. But they may be re-compiled or condensed in future publications.
This is the totality of the HAS Course.