With those auditors taught and drilled until they could chant the basics in their sleep, the course proved so successful that L. Ron Hubbard would establish the 20th ACC as the standard for Professional Auditor training.
This level teaches a person the anatomy of problems-why people get problems in the first place and the mechanics of eliminating problems. The student reads two more basic L. Ron Hubbard books, hears eleven lectures on problems and their successful resolution through auditing and learns the auditing skills and processes of Expanded Grade I.Level II-Class II Auditor(Hubbard Certified Auditor) Here, a person learns about the ramifications of harmful acts and how these affect survival. This course contains the technology of bringing relief from such hostilities and returning trust and honesty to life.
The next training step upon completing Class IV Auditor training is the Hubbard New Era Dianetics Auditor Course which contains a summary and refinement of Dianetics, based on the decades of experience gained in the subject after its release. New Era Dianetics does not change any of the theories or principles of Dianetics as Mr. Hubbard originally developed them, but later breakthroughs resulted in this ultimate Dianetics technology, New Era Dianetics. Hubbard New Era Dianetics Auditor CourseAll Dianetics technology is included on this course including three basic books and five lectures on Dianetics and its use. With the procedures and techniques of NED auditing, an auditor can obtain results many times faster than earlier technology.
In 1997 the Federal Administrative Court in Berlin upheld a Berlin State Government's decision to deny Jehovah's Witnesses public law corporation status. The Court concluded that the group did not offer the \"indispensable loyalty\" towards the democratic state \"essential for lasting cooperation\" because it forbade its members from participating in public elections. The group does enjoy the basic tax-exempt status afforded to most religious organizations. In 2000 members of Jehovah's Witnesses appealed, and the Constitutional Court found in their favor, remanding the case back to the Federal Administrative Court in Berlin. For the first time, the Constitutional Court had examined the conditions for granting the status of a public law corporation and found that for reasons of the separation of church and state, \"loyalty to the state\" cannot be a condition imposed on religious communities. The Constitutional Court tempered the victory for Jehovah's Witnesses by instructing the Berlin Administrative Court to examine whether Jehovah's Witnesses use coercive methods to prevent their members from leaving the congregation and whether their child-rearing practices conform to the country's human rights standards. In May 2001, the Federal Administrative Court referred the case back down to the Higher Administrative Court in Berlin to address the open questions. 59ce067264