TECH VOLUME AND TWO WAY COMM - 10 FEBRUARY 1971

TECH VOLUME AND TWO WAY COMM - 10 FEBRUARY 1971

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HUBBARD COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE
Saint Hill Manor, East Grinstead, Sussex
HCO BULLETIN OF 10 FEBRUARY 1971

Remimeo
Tech Secs
Qual Secs
Staff Training Officers
Course Supervisors
D of T

TECH VOLUME AND TWO WAY COMM
(LRH ED 92 INT of 25 March 1970 re-issued as an
HCO B by request of many Course Supervisors)


I’ve been busy studying the problems of volume auditing and training and have made a vital discovery.
We lost a key basic process!
TWO WAY COMM is missing in today’s line-up in Academies, on courses and in HGCs.
It goes this way—to get volume auditing going, you need auditors. To make auditors you need fast training. The reason fast training isn’t occurring is because two way comm seems to be out between course supervisors and students.
Course supervisors in most instances are not asking students if anything is wrong or how to help them and then letting the students talk. While the supervisor LISTENS.
I am putting together new practical for course supervisors. But meanwhile it’s very ele-mentary.

1. Detect a student’s concern.
2. Get the student to talk about his problems and troubles in study.
3. Listen.
4. Do what one can to help without evaluating.
5. Let the student get back to it.

Students who drift off of courses or who are very slow LACK SOMEBODY TO TALK TO!
Where a student’s progress is slow or he or she appears to be troubled or struggling, a good supervisor notices it early. He gets the student to talk about it. He listens and acknowl-edges. He does what he can to help without evaluating and lets the student get back to study-ing.
This action went out when supervisors were found to be lecturing and evaluating all da-ta which data, entered on the course, upset the high workability of tech as it is found in HCOBs and on tapes. This was at the time when supervisors ceased to be named instructors and became course supervisors. This was in the early days of the Saint Hill Special Briefing Course.
Two way comm with students tended to vanish also.
Giving a student off-line data and letting the student discuss his troubles are two dif-ferent things.


QUAL

In Qual there should also be a consultant service which uses a meter and two way comm to find out about cases before patch-up or review. The Qual Consultant should also handle stu-dents who are slow or dropped out.
This letting the pc tell his side of it is very valuable. One can handle them much better. Analyzing what they say and how they say it helps the case supervisor also. I.e., Natter = ARC Breaks and overts. The pc’s comm has been chopped. An old old session evaluated for him. Etc. Etc. Etc.

GET IT IN

Two way comm should be gotten in on all courses fast. It will speed training and add up eventually to volume auditing by making trained auditors available. This is the way to un-lock that flow.
In the HGC pcs can be two way commed by the Tech Sec.
In Qual someone can two way comm those sent to Review to help the person and get more accurate data for C/Sing.

THE PROCESS

Two way comm is not a rote process. That’s why it is hard to teach. The trick is to get the person to talk, to keep him looking and talking until he has a cog and very good indica-tors—and sometimes an F/N at the end (not vital).
If you can LISTEN you have it progressing. If you can get a person to talk about his troubles and listen and ack, you really can run it.
THIS IS YOUR PRIMARY BLOCK ON VOLUME AUDITING. No two way comm in training!
I hope it helps.


L. RON HUBBARD
Founder
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