The worlds leading independent rugby academy for player, coach and team development.
*COVID-19 update – IRANZ is delighted to deliver our scheduled physical Courses to New Zealand players and coaches. We welcome international applicants, however the New Zealand border is currently closed to all non-NZ citizens/residents until further notice. We continue to follow the guidelines from the NZ Government in this area. Please stay safe and work together as we all continue the fight against COVID-19.
IRANZ Courses foster intensive development in all areas of the game, both on and off the field. Coach and player participants leave IRANZ equipped with the knowledge and skills that will improve performance with immediate effect, and long after the programme is complete.
LEARN FROM THE BEST.
At IRANZ, we firmly believe the key to unlocking potential is to learn from the very best. That’s why our Staff Coaches represent some of the most recognised and knowledgeable rugby minds in the world.
YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES.
Our World-Class facilities and programmes are designed to simulate a professional rugby environment and expose participants to the requirements of playing or coaching at the highest level. Over 100 Graduates have gone on to represent their country following their IRANZ course.
As his Mum it’s been obvious in his overall attitude to training, his training ethics, his attitude to both sport and school life, his selection into CAS and NSW squads… I like to think that attending IRANZ is one of the reasons why these have happened. These Courses build character!
Fua Tauiliili-Pelesasa, Parent (NSW)Fua’s son Miller attended the Advanced Players Course in 2017, and was selected for various representative sides the following year.
The boys thrived and grew impressively as a team. The tour enabled us to train in a professional environment, play three competitive games and have a lot of fun enjoying the activities New Zealand offers.
Dean Hargreaves, Barker College Coach (NSW)Barker College attended a Customised Course/Tour Programme in 2018. Barker returned to Sydney to win the CAS Schools Championship dropping only one match during the season.
“The course has been really unbelievable. I walk away from here a much better coach. I’ve benefited much more (from this course) than ever in my wildest dreams I could have hoped for.”