I would start by reading some information from the websites available.
then think about getting a book or two or three that might have better information.
many books cover care and also have parts on breeding.
facebook has some groups I hear ( I'm not on facebook)
I have my hands full with care and food and playtime, breeding just
seems to much for me, you may also need a license to breed and sell legally.
I have read that many gliders do not have successful first pregnancies,
and a stressful environment, move, new cage, bad food diet can cause lots of
not trying to be mean, but I feel that someone should take about 3 years or more
having gliders, caring for them, learning there behavior and how to bond to gliders
before moving into breeding. these little guys are NOT cats or dogs. they are
different and it takes time to figure that out as well as bond with them so you
can have a close and trusting relationship during breeding times.