Wanting to leave is called a "blow" in scientology.
From HCOB19June71 III: "unauthorized departure from an area, usually caused by misunderstood data or overts."
The usual handling for someone wanting to blow a course, would be to put them on an e-meter and check for misunderstood words, (because obviously if you don't agree with LRH you must have gone past a word you didn't understand
If that didn't work, the next step would be to find your overts and with holds (O/Ws) because the tech cannot "go in" if your ethics are "out".
It sounds like if they are putting your friend on an e-meter and asking her personal questions about her life and her job, they are probably "sec-checking" her. There is another process on the meter called "Flying Ruds" that was recently explained really well on another thread, here again the goal is to find out what O/Ws the person has that is making them want to leave or not like the course.
Security checking is not technically auditing, but the procedure is pretty much the same...ask her who is the "auditor"? Is it another student, or the ethiics officer? The supervisor?
There can be alot of pressure brought on a person to convince you there is something wrong with YOU, and that is very introverting and not good for your mental health, especially with a job on the line.
Your friend is at risk of getting "brainwashed" and could get sucked in to agreement with what is being forced down her throat.
I am glad she has you on her side, and if you have any questions I can help you with, I will be around, as are many others.
has alot of info on deprogramming and exit stratedgies, and a good page on "The 10 Steps Out Of Scientology.
All the Best, Ladybird
PS: Read the "Ups and Downs" course I posted the link to earlier on this thread. You will see that the main objective is finding the "suppresive person" who doesn't want you to get better. In scientology think, the only way to get better is to do scientology, and the only real "SP"s are people who don't agree with scientology. So be careful and gentle, otherwise she might be ordered to disconnect from you.