Scholarship Terms & Conditions

LOGiT IPWEA Indigenous Scholarship

Successful recipients will need to:

  1. Enrol for the Asset Management Foundations course within 2 months of the announcement of the scholarship. Progress and complete both the Asset Management Foundations course and the Professional Certificate in Asset Management Planning within two years of enrolment.
  2. Work alongside a LOGiT and IPWEA representative to promote the role of Asset Management, Engineering and Public Works within the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.
  3. Work towards getting, OR maintaining, a role in Asset Management or similar for the duration of the scholarship period.
  4. Any recipient who fails to complete both courses during the allocated timeframe, without an approved application for extension, will forfeit the Scholarship.
  5. Provide an article for publication on the IPWEA website on a core principle topic.
  6. Contribute an article for publication on the LOGiT website, newsletter and social media.
  7. Promote the Indigenous Scholarship program to a state or national event during the two-year period.
  8. Consent to provide ongoing information for publication on the LOGiT and IPWEA web pages and other publications as appropriate.

The Rita Excell Women In Asset Management Scholarship

Successful recipients will need to:

  1. Enrol for the Asset Management Foundations course within 2 months of the announcement of the scholarship. Progress and complete both the Asset Management Foundations course and the Professional Certificate in Asset Management Planning within two years of enrolment.
  2. Work alongside an IPWEA representative to promote the role of Asset Management, Engineering and Public Works within the professional community.
  3. Work towards getting, OR maintaining, a role in Asset Management or similar for the duration of the scholarship period.
  4. Any recipient who fails to complete both courses during the allocated timeframe, without an approved application for extension, will forfeit the Scholarship.
  5. Provide an article for publication on the IPWEA website on a core principle topic.
  6. Promote the Scholarship program to a state or national event during the two-year period.
  7. Consent to provide ongoing information for publication on the IPWEA web pages and other publications as appropriate.
  8. Applications will be reviewed by a panel determined by IPWEA. All applicants will receive notification of either a successful or unsuccessful outcome. Feedback will not be provided to unsuccessful applicants.