The aim is to develop both player ability and coach knowledge based around the needs of the club and team.
Clubs who have taken advantage of the visits from Warriors staff include Kidderminster Carolians, Bromsgrove RFC and Worcester Wanderers.
"The feedback has been immensely positive and the project is proving hugely successful," said Warriors Community Manager Tom Ryder
And the reaction from clubs has also been very positive:
"I would just like to say thank you for the professional and enlightening session that you all delivered at Bromsgrove. Having seen the lads you worked with put the learning into practice in their win this weekend we are convinced that more of this kind of involvement with your team of coaches will enhance the ability of all our coaches to develop rugby at the club" - Keith Forbes, Bromsgrove RFC
Lee Fortey, who made over 50 top league appearances for Worcester alongside twin brother Chris, said: "This is a fantastic opportunity for me to use my knowledge and experience to help develop rugby at all levels countywide. The interest and enthusiasm has been inspiring and overwhelming."
This coach education programme is part of a string of events being supported by the Warriors. The next involves a scrummaging session with New Zealand scrum ace Mike Casey.
The aim of these sessions is to support, encourage and develop the good work already being carried out by a network of enthusiastic hardworking coaches countywide.