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The Venue

A venue or location is very friendly when:

o    it is accessible to most of your target groups and made known to them
o    it is accessible to transportation especially when the venue does not offer facilities for leaders to spend the night  and when there are evening sessions
o    it is accessible to eateries, food chains. If no meals are served, clear directions or maps of restaurants should be distributed at registration.
o    has facilities, such as, rooms, preferably classroom type, comfort (rest) rooms, telephones, etc.  Good lighting and ventilation are important. In hot and humid climates (air conditioning will make for a much better experience). In cold climates, heating will also enhance the total experience.
o    It is affordable
o    Host provides a clear direction/map of the seminar site together with the invitation and the brochure