When we tell potential trainees that the normal working week is between 20 and 25 hours and often a four-day week, they think—that sounds easy, sign me up!! It’s important to remember you have to add on travel time and lesson planning to your teaching hours. Even if you only work 4 days a week, you are likely to leave the house at around 7 in the morning and get home in the evening, depending on how clever you are with your timetable. TtMadrid will advise you on how to make the most of your schedule teaching English here in Madrid. If you work in an academy or school, you tend to work 5 days a week but have a more fixed schedule.
The typical schedules vary depending on whether you are teaching in companies, in an academy, in schools or private work. Here are a few options for teaching English in Madrid: