NAME: Drill-Checking for Overrun or Unflat.
COMMANDS: "Were you audited past a big win on _______ (the process)?" "Is the process unflat?"
PURPOSE: To train the student to be able to coordinate and handle smoothly the procedure of checking for Overrun and Unflat, so that he can handle such situations which come up on the HQS Co-Audit Section.
(This is especially designed so that the Class I Auditor can handle the situation by just asking the PC the questions and getting the PC to tell him about it - lisa style auditing. If a Class III or above) is available to handle the check, he does the standard procedure, using full Rehab procedures as needed.)
POSITION: Student seated at a table with a doll seated in the chair across from him. E-Meter and auditing reports are set up on the table. Coach sits by the student's side and gives answers such as "fruits". The coach should gradually go into bullbaiting.
TRAINING STRESS: Student gets the PC seated in his chair, and starts the session. He then runs the procedure using full admin and maintaining TRs 0 to 4. He goes through the procedure, doing all the possible combinations, until they are all smooth.
The drill is considered passed when the student can do the procedure smoothly and comfortably without flubs or out TRs, and can handle any situation that the PC gives him.
1. Set up meter and auditing reports on a table.
2. Get the PC and have him sit down.
3. Have the PC pick up the cans and check his grip.
4. Start the session. Give the PC an R-Factor that you are going to ask him some questions about the last process that he was run on.
5. Ask the PC "Were you audited past a big win on (process)?"
a. If yes and F/N, allow the PC to say what he wants to and then indicate the F/N by "Your needle is floating. " End off with "That's it. " Take PC to Examiner, write up session, etc.
b. If yes and no F/N, ask the PC "Tell me about that win. " It will probably then F/N. Allow the PC to say what he wants to about it; then indicate the F/N and end off. Take PC to Examiner, write up session, etc.
c. If there is still no F/N after you have gotten the PC to tell you about it and you are not a Class III Auditor, acknowledge the PC and then tell the PC "We're going to end off here. That's it. " The Auditor would then take PC to Examiner, quickly write up the session and send the folder to the Org's C/S with data and request for handling.
If the Auditor is a Class III or above or is trained in Rehab procedures he would use Rehab procedures as needed on step b.
d. If no, allow the PC to make any statement he wants to about it and acknowledge him. If he does not make a definite statement that the process is unflat, ask him the next question.
6. If needed, ask the PC "Is the process unflat?" If yes, acknowledge the PC and end off. (After the PC has been taken to the Examiner, the folder would be C/Sed for the student Auditor to continue the process.)