One of the reasons that the local community theatre group brings in their own engineer for running wirelesses is my theatre had a bad run of audio people for several years. These guys were the sort that need a feedback destroyer inserted on the mains. Over the past two years I think I've started to regain their trust. I want to keep it that way for the years to come. The only way I can do this is through careful training of my succesor and setting some ethical standards. This is what prompted me to write The Sound Engineers Guide to Training an Assistant. I wrote the introduction and stopped. Since 95% of what I know is self-learned, I don't know where to start since I've had little formal training in the more advanced things (ie. EQ, compression, FX). Where do you guys think I should go with this? I would like to include some of the basic physics, which seems like it should go first, but what should I put after that?