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Substitute Teacher Application Process


            Applicants must meet the following qualifications:


  1. Elementary school substitute – high school diploma or equivalent
  2. Secondary school substitute – high school diploma or equivalent, 21 years or older.
  3. Have a teacher license, enrolled in a university teacher licensing program, or complete a substitute training course.

Application Process


Individuals who are currently enrolled in a University pre-service education program, have a teaching license or who have successfully completed substitute training in the past 5 years do not need to complete the training and assessment.  Please bring proof of successful training or university pre-service enrollment to Human Resources.  Proceed to step # 2.


  1. Subskills Training Course (Must Complete Options A or B):


  1. Weber School District will be providing free subskills training classes. Contact Human Resources for class dates (801) 476-7886.


  2. Go to, select Purchase Training, then choose the SubSkills Online Training Course (for $39.95), and Add to Cart. Weber School District does NOT have a Coupon Code. Review your order and click on Proceed to Checkout. Please complete the requested information and remember to choose Utah as your “State” and Weber School District as your “District”. Be sure to read the Terms and Conditions and check the box to confirm you have done so.


    Once you finalize your transaction and have received an Order Number, you will be able to immediately begin your 8-hour training by clicking on the dark blue button that says “Go to Course”. You may come and go as you please in the lessons and you may take each of the SubAssessments up to four times


    When you have completed the training and have achieved the required 85% composite score on your SubAssessments, a SubDiploma will be available to print or email to the district office.


    Questions: Contact STEDI by telephone (1-800-922-4693), email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.), or live chat for help. Office hours for help are Mon – Fri 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. MST.   


  1. Complete District Substitute Teaching Application packet at the District Office (Hours 7:30-3:00pm)


  1. You must bring the following items with you to complete the paperwork:


  1. Substitute training completion certificate, copy of current teaching license, or proof of admittance into a university teaching program

  2. Driver’s License

  3. Social Security card, passport or birth certificate

  4. Direct deposit information, routing number and account number

  5. $60.00 cost of background check and fingerprinting (cash, check or card)


After fingerprint and background check is cleared and paperwork has been processed you will receive an email with your employee login information.  Once you have received your employee login information the following needs to be completed:


On line Appropriate Use Policy


Go to and complete the appropriate use policy pages.  Use your network employee username and password when it prompts you to do so.



Complete Weber School District online Training / Certification

This is obtained by viewing an online training found at Click on Employees, then Inservice Trainings, from this point you will need to login to Weber Online. This will allow you to access all 3 trainings.

                      1.  View and study the following online trainings:


A. Blood Borne Pathogens

B. Right to know Training

C.  Weber District Policy on Harassment and Discrimination  

                                       D. Appropriate Behavior Training


                        2.  Take the test in each area

                        *Scores will be sent directly to Human Resources


 Please contact WSD Human Resources (801-476-7886) after you have successfully passed the online trainings to be activated as a substitute and receive you AESOP login number and pin. If you do not sub at least one day in a school year your name will be taken off our list and you will be required to do the background check and fingerprinting again.




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