Who can apply?
Scholarship recipients must be an IOQ member for a minimum of 12 months prior to applying for the scholarship.
What can I receive?
The Scholarship includes all course fees, travel, accommodation and incidental expenses up to $3,000 per annum, up to a maximum of three years.
Who administers the Scholarship?
Delegated authority for the award of a Scholarship is vested with the Scholarship Trustees. The Scholarship Trustees include: The President, Vice-President and Past President of The Institute of Quarrying New Zealand ( Inc.) and two representatives from B. R. Webster family.
How do I apply?
Applications close on 30 May each year. You will need to complete the attached application form, provide a copy of your curriculum vitae and a letter of support from your employer.
Please complete the application and email it to: Petrina Torstonson at [email protected] or post to:
|Robert Webster||– Managing Director, Websters Hydrated Lime Company Ltd|
|Tim Kennedy||– President The Institute of Quarrying (IOQNZ Inc)|
|Chris Gray||– Vice President of The Institute of Quarrying (IOQNZ Inc)|
|Dean Torstonson||– Past President The Institute of Quarrying (IOQNZ Inc)|
All nominations should be forwarded to the IOQ Secretary by 31 May.
Final decisions regarding the awarding of the Scholarship remain with the Education Trust Scholarship sub committee.
Download Webster Scholarship Details and Application Form
2022 Chris Marshall, Paul Campbell
2020 Dylan Ward
2018 Jake Rouse
2014 Shawn McLean & Andrew Dronjak
2012 Chris Sinclair
2010 Bryce Johnson
2008 Grant Cudby & Richard McKay
2006 Blair Mathieson
2005 Ross Picard
2004 Richard Hardwick
2003 Andrew Dronjak
Note: Not awarded every year
Rae and Bruce Webster, May 2002 – at his IOQ Honorary Fellowship Award.