The AASE (Achieving Academic and Sporting Excellence) programme is set up to provide 16 to 18-year-olds with the chance to excel in rugby as well as the classroom.
There are 12 AASE programmes across the country (run predominantly by Premiership clubs) that form the highly competitive AASE League.
For more information on AASE please click here.
The Warriors AASE programme is run through a partnership between Worcester Warriors and Worcester Sixth Form College.
The programme is there to provide a transition from schoolboy rugby into professional rugby and the AASE League provides a real challenge to any promising talent.
Warriors staff provide the coaching, strength and conditioning, nutritional advice and physiotherapy.
A typical week on the rugby programme includes:
Worcester Sixth Form College provides students with the opportunity to take either A-Levels or BTECs in a variety of courses, with the majority of students going on to higher education and many on to competitive courses at top universities.
For more information on Worcester Sixth Form College, please click here.
Students are selected through a variety of ways including scouting, trials, nomination and application.
Acceptance is based on the candidate displaying potential to play at an elite level and this is then followed by an interview with Worcester Sixth Form College.
The majority of boys who don't sign professional contracts go on to higher education, many of which attend top universities.
Email AASE Manager Ryan Watkins - firstname.lastname@example.org
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