For about 12 years it's been my dream to put together and conduct my own seminar. I've decided to start work on a seminar geared toward helping people prepare to become substitute teachers. I'd like to know everything you would look for in such a seminar. Hopefully I'd be able to get school districts to pay me for it, but if you had to pay, how much would it be worth to you? How much time would you be willing to devote to this training? And, most importantly, what information would you most want to get out of it? What do you wish you had known before you started? What was the best information you did find before you started? If you are lucky enough to have attended such a seminar; what did you like and not like about it? I'd also like to create a seminar for employed classroom teachers to help them better prepare for a substitute in their classroom. What information do you think is the most important for this seminar? Any suggestions, advice, tips, and/or ideas would be greatly appreciated by me. Thank you, in advance, for any comments.