The Fundamental Skills of Auditing
Hubbard Professional Upper Indoc TR Course
The next basic skill needed by an auditor or, for that matter, any successful person, is the ability to control things and to direct people and situations. Control is defined as the ability to start, change and stop something. One is successful in his life to the degree that he can start or change or stop the things and people within his environment.
This skill is learned on the Hubbard Professional Upper Indoc TR Course. "Indoc" is short for "indoctrination" (meaning "to teach") and Upper Indoc TRs, as they are called, are the series of TRs that follow Professional TRs in auditor training. This course teaches adroitness in starting, changing and stopping communication and directing other people. One’s abilities in this area are thoroughly drilled until proficiency is attained.
To some, control may have a bad connotation but that is only due to past failures at controlling things or upsets stemming from times when one was poorly controlled.
But if one looks squarely at the subject, one can see that it is not possible to do much of anything in life if one cannot exert control. How, for example, can one drive a car one cannot start, change and stop? Control is a know-how vital to any endeavor, including auditing. Skillful control makes for more positive application of auditing techniques and greater gain for the preclear. Control is a subject all auditors must master and, factually, is something everyone needs to know. The Professional Upper Indoc TR Course is where such expertise is learned.