Teaching Capacity Calculator
1. Enter your schedule. Replace the times in red with your teaching times. Use the format HH:MM AM to record times.
2. Enter your lesson info. Be sure to include travel time if you drive between students' homes. Use the format HH:MM to record times.
3. Enter your estimated Utilization Rate. What percentage of teaching time can you reasonably expect to fill?
IMPORTANT: Inconsistent time formats may cause errors.
To Download: Click File > Download As > Microsoft Excel (.xlsx)
|Afterschool (PT)||3:30 PM||8:30 PM||3:30 PM||8:30 PM||3:30 PM||8:30 PM||3:30 PM||8:30 PM||3:30 PM||8:30 PM||25:00|
|Late Evening (OP)||0:00|
|Total Available Teaching Hours||25:00|
|Lesson Info||Maximum Capacity||Utilization Rate||Estimated Enrollment|
|Avg. Lesson Length||0:40||Max Off-Peak Students||0||Utilization Rate Off-Peak (OP)||5%||Expected DT Students||0|
|Avg. Travel Time||0:00||Max Peak Time Students||38||Utilization Rate Peak Time (PT)||90%||Expected PT Students||34|
|Total Lesson Time||0:40||Maximum Students||38||Total Estimated Enrollment||34|
Those hours that are in highest demand among your students. (Typically, afternoons, early evenings, and weekends.)
Those hours when you are available to teach, but the times are less coveted. (Typically during the school day, late evenings, and some times on weekends.)
The percentage of time you expect to be teaching during a given time period. This rate may be much higher during Peak Hours than during Off-Peak Hours.