I'm sure this is too late to be any help to you but i will leave a link here for anyone in the future.
If you head out to Fuerteventura there are three main resorts on the island. The south (costa calma, also known as Sotavento) the Middle (Caleta de Fuste) and the North (Corralejo).
The south is mainly a German tourist orientatd location and tends to have stronger, off shore winds on the east coast during the summer. the west coast does get some waves but the beaches are known for having dangerous rips.
The middle, doesn't really have waves and is a very 'British tourist' resort.
The North is where Fuerte gets its good wave reputation from. There are numerous breaks along the north shore and loads of beach breaks down the east and west coasts.
Because of the conditions there are 100s of schools in the Corralejo/Cotillo area so it is important that you make sure the one you choose is authorised by the local authority. The three main schools are Island Boarders, Quicksilver and Homegrown, all three of these are authorised and highly respected in the area. Best time for waves is around now (nov-mar) then the winds start to kick in and make things a little more messy.
Hope this helpsBen Marshall
Island Boarders Surf School Fuerteventura]