CLEARING TECHNOLOGY - ABILITY CLEARING 3

CHECKSHEET: LEVEL THREE
1st Edition (pilot), September 2003

Prerequisites: Level Two.
The Level is aimed at teaching student auditors:
1. Two Way communication
3. Grade Three processes
3. Rehab Procedures
4. Auditing by Lists
5. Listing & Nulling
6. Int Remedy

* = 100% knowledge and understanding and ability to apply.
0 rated  = read and listened to the data with understanding and no MUs.
A demonstration of any of the materials may be requested by the supervisor.
The checksheet is one time through materials and practical, including the auditing requirements.

Due to the many processes and rundowns contained in The Road to Clear they are not all part of a checksheet at this point. Yet, an auditor can be called upon applying a specific process or rundown  to a pc. As long as the auditor has been checked out and drilled the action per Drilling Processes he should be ready to go. He can do any action listed under a level he has already completed. The checksheets are thus at this point intended to cover a basic training route that brings the auditor's basic skill level up to a point where he easily can tackle any and all actions contained in The Road to Clear.

The student is to apply the Study technology throughout this course. 


NAME:_____________________________

START:_____________________________

COMPLETED:_____________________________

I. GENERAL DATA

ARC precedes ARC Breaks and By-passed Charge so we repeat the basic ARC data here.

Study: Level Three - Outline
._______
Study: ARC and Scales._______
Study:  The Tone Scale._______
Study: More Scales._______

* CDEI Scale (from above)._______
Demo: how assessing the CDEI Scale can handle an ARC Break._______

Auditors Code._______

II. TRAINING ROUTINES

Study: Coaching Instructions._______

Study: TRs Instructions._______

Drills: 
OT TR-0._______
TR-0._______
TR-0 Bullbait._______
TR-1._______
TR2._______
TR-21/2._______
TR-3._______
TR-4._______

 

III. METER DATA

* Study:   "Meter Coaching"._______

Meter Drills
 The Meter Drills are done for each level regardless of student having passed them earlier.

Drill: EM-1 Touch and Let Go_________
Drill: EM-2 Basic Controls_________
Drill: EM-3 TA Counter_________
Drill: EM-4A Setting up the Meter_________
Drill: EM 4B - Holding the cans_________
Drill: EM 4C - Correcting False TA_________
Drill: EM-5A Can Squeeze_________
Drill: EM-5B Metabolism Test_________
Drill: EM-6 Moving the Tone Arm_________
Drill: EM-7 Read the TA positions_________
Drill: EM-8 TA Motion/No Motion_________
Drill: EM-9 Body Motion and TA_________
Drill: EM-10 Noting TA Blow Downs_________
Drill: EM-11 Needle on the Dial_________
Drill: EM-12 Defining Needle Actions_________
Drill: EM-13 Body Reactions_________
Drill: EM-14 Reads and No Reads_________
Drill: EM-15 What the Needle is Doing_________
Drill: EM-16 Producing Needle Actions_________
Drill: EM-17 Cleaning a Read_________
Drill: EM-18 Instant Read, Rud Check_________
Drill: EM-19 Instant Reads_________
Drill: EM-20 Comm and Dirty Needles_________
Drill: EM-21A Meter Steering_________
Drill: EM-21B Cleaning a Dirty Needle_________
Drill: EM-22 Hidden Date, This Life_________

Study: "Advanced Meter Data".________
Drill: Readjusting the sensitivity during session.________

IV. TWO WAY COMM

* Study: "Two Way Comm as a Process"._______
Demo: Itsa and how the auditor invites itsa.________
Essay: List questions you can 
use in TWC and questions you shouldn't use._______
Doll Drill: TWC of Apples._______
Doll Drill: Handle different Out Rud situations in TWC._______

* Study: "Life Repair Program".________
Demo: Tools used in Life Repair._______
Clay: EP of Life Repair._______

V. ARC BREAKS AND BY-PASSED CHARGE

* "Cause of ARC Break - BPC"._______
Clay: BPC._______
Demo: Each of the numbered examples of BPC._______
Clay: How to handle BPC._______

* "What is an ARC Break"._______
Clay: What happens if you audit over a session ARC break._______
Demo: How you handle a session ARC break._______
Demo: ARC breaks and generalities._______
Drill: In a normal conversation use 
'ARC break and Generalities' to  handle an upset person._______
Demo: Different needle reactions during an ARC break._______

VI. REHAB DATA

Rehabs can be done by a CT-0 student, but is formally taught here as it includes indicating BPC.

* Study: "Rehab of Releases"._______
Clay: What happens in the Bank when a release is rehabbed._______
Doll Drill: Rehab by Counting._______
Doll Drill: Rehab by Buttons._______

VII. GRADE THREE

Study: Doll Drills._______

* Study: "Grade Three Processes"._______
Each process is star-rated and then drilled.

Doll Drills, Grade Three:
* 1. Change Prcs._______
* 2. R2-50._______
* 3. R2-63._______
* 4. R2-65._______
* 5. R2-68._______

* 6. HAS IV._______
* 7. Change/No Change._______
* 8. 15 Way Bracket._______

Process 9, 10 are done in next section as they involve new skills.

VIII. LISTING AND NULLING


* Study: "Listing and Nulling"
.________
Demo: Difference between Assess for Charged 
Terminals, Assessment by Elimination and Listing  &  Nulling._______
Clay: Finding a Right Item and what  happens in pc's Bank._______
Clay: Picking a Wrong Item and what happens in pc's Bank._______

* Study: "Laws of Listing and Nulling".________
Clay: Each of the Laws of L&N._______
Doll Drill: Listing and Nulling using many, many situations._______

Grade Three Quad:
* 9. R3H Grade 3 Quad._______
* 10. Havingness for Grade 3._______

IX. AUDITING BY LISTS


* Study: "Correction Lists and Their Use"
.________

Study: Assessment Drills
._______

 

Drills: 
TR-1 Q1._______
TR-1 Q2._______
TR-1 Q3._______
TR-1 Q4._______
TR-8 Q._______
TR-4/8 Q1._______
TR 4/8 Q2._______

Doll Drill: L1C.______
Doll Drill: Green Form Method3.______
Doll Drill Green Form Method 5.______
Doll Drill List 4, Short (M3).______
Doll Drill L4BRB (M3).______
Doll Drill: C/S 53. Assess and indicate longest read.______

X. INT REMEDY

Study: "Recall Int Remedy"._______
Clay: Why you want the earlier beginning._______
Demo: Symptoms of  Out Int._______
Doll Drill: Recall Int Remedy._______

ATTEST THEORY AND DRILLING

Student Attest Theory and Drilling:

I have completed the theory/drilling section of this checksheet and have left no MUs behind. 
I know and can apply the data.

Student:_______________________ Date:_________________

I have trained this student to the best of my ability and he/she has completed the Theory requirements  and have applied Study Tech correctly and knows and can apply the data.

Supervisor:____________________ Date:_________________

PRACTICAL - AUDITING


Student to complete at least one pc on Grade Three Expanded.________

END OF CHECKSHEET

 

COMPLETION

I have completed the requirements of this checksheet and I can do basic auditing and the procedures taught on Level Three correctly  and have done so.

Student:_______________________ Date:_________________

I have trained this student to the best of my ability and he/she has completed the requirements of this checksheet and  can do Basic Auditing and the procedures taught on Level Three correctly  and has taken a pc to Grade Three Release.

Supervisor:____________________ Date:_________________

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