what do you charge?

OK, and how long did it take you to train to teach?

I started teaching after 5 years at the university but strictly speaking there is no training that would teach you how to teach (speaking about higher education here, not schools). It requires a lot of studying though but usually you do it yourself. Often you are on your own dealing with complicated tasks. I would say that the university gave me good foundations but 90% of the things I need to know to do my job came by self-learning. So it is one big constant retraining but that is what makes it interesting. :D

Here, I hope it's not English you teach........... :LOL: :LOL:
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Here, I hope it's not English you teach........... :LOL: :LOL:

:LOL: Sorry about my English, it was late and I was tired. No, I teach computer programming and other computer science related subjects. And I am not a native speaker
when i work in the colleges i get paid an hourly rate for hrs in class, a 31% add on for prep time, then on top of that i get 45% of that put aside for holiday pay, so it works out for every hr in class i get 1.88hrs money, so if i do 32hrs class time a week (thats a full wee haha) i get 60hrs money
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Many M&E Companies work on the JIB rate for the relevent fitter or trade, Multiplied by 150% for overheads ;)

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