You’re a sports-mad person, in love with all sports. For most of us, heaven-on-earth is going to sports games, mixing with the players, coaches and administrators, getting the inside news and gossip, then reporting it in articles or blogs to an audience who appreciate every word you’ve written. You can get paid to write about sports. Find out how…

Richie McCaw says "No chance mate!"

Richie McCaw says “No chance mate!”

Learn how sports journalists and sports reporters do their job. Learn how to interview players and coaches. Find the techniques for how to get “lively quotes”. You’ll learn where to find exciting fresh faces with talent. Best of all, you’ll be able to write exciting match reports.

What must you do to get that job? Simple. You train for it. First, let’s discover whether YOU have what it takes to be a sports journalist.

Do you enjoy writing?
Do you enjoy meeting people?
Do you enjoy playing or watching sports?

Answer “yes, yes, yes” and you’ve got all the basics already. This NZIBS home-study course shows you how the sports journalist goes about what he/she does. Soon, you’ll be doing the same things. You’ll learn how to capture in words the magic of the incidents which turned the outcome of an exciting game.

You will be learning from greatest!
The course is tutored by All Blacks Legend, Ian Jones MNZM.

All Black Ian Jones MNZM

Complete the short form below to download the prospectus because it gives you complete information on the sports writing course for beginners, including tuition fees.

The Enrolment Application is contained within the download and is also available online. Please email ([email protected]) or call if you have any questions. Toll Free: 0800 80 1994 International: +64 9 272 3974.