Friday, January 29, 2010

Certified Cost Engineer

It looks like my Excel Flash Card program works wonders. I got word today that I passed the examination to be a Certified Cost Engineer (CCE). Also included was word that I can successfully write a technical paper, also in regard to the CCE. So what is CCE?

“Since 1976, AACE’s CCC/CCE™ has recognized several thousand certified individuals as Certified Cost Consultant™ / Certified Cost Engineer™. AACE’s CCC/CCE™ is independently accredited by the Council of Engineering & Scientific Specialty Boards (CESB) and the International Cost Engineering Council (ICEC). The intent is to recognize specialists who meet a demanding set of earned value management criteria by a rigorous examination, experience, education and ethical qualifications. The CCC/CCE™ requirements reflect the sophistication of individuals in today's earned value industry and it fairly measures their knowledge, experience and adherence to best management practices.”

“CCC/CCE™ certification distinguishes cost and management professionals who have the knowledge and skills that impact the bottom line. AACE certification ensures a high quality standard.”

More information may be found on the Association of the Advancement of Cost Engineering’s website.

So that makes me a furloughed Civil 3D expert, professional engineer, LEED accredited professional, certified nuclear gage operator and now certified cost engineer.

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