Certification

AACE Certification is offered to qualified applicants who successfully achieve certain examination and technical paper requirements and who have accumulated experience credits in a cost engineering field such as Cost Estimating, Cost Control, Business Planning or Management Sciences.

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Program Objectives

 

* To raise the professional standards and improve the practice of Cost Engineering.
* To identify for employers, clients and the public, persons with broad knowledge of and capability to professionally apply the principles of Cost Engineering.
* To establish a continuing program whose goal is the improvement of individual Cost Engineering skills and professional development.
* To clarify the body of knowledge and standards of conduct of the practise of Cost Engineering.
* TBecome certified! Certification is becoming the rule, not the exception, for most professionals including teachers, health-care professionals, engineers, etc. Stop and think of all the people you deal with who must be certified to conduct their business.

 


Certified Cost Consultant (CCC) / Certified Cost Engineer Certification (CCE)

 

8 years total experience and/or education and submissions of a 2,500-word technical paper. This program encompasses specialties in cost estimating, cost control, business planning and management science, profitability analysis, project management, planning and scheduling, and other related cost management disciplines.


 

Certified Cost Technician (CET)

 

4 years of total experience and/or education. This program is for young professionals. This is a closed book exam consisting of two parts of multiple-choice questions.


 

Certified Estimating Professional (CEP)

 

8 years of experience and/or education. This is a closed book exam consisting of four parts with both multiple-choice questions and a written memorandum.


 

Certified Forensic Claims Consultant (CFCC)

 

8 years of total experience, 4 years of education, at least 1 professional certification, and 4 letters of recommendation. There is also a written requirement of any of the following: a copy of an expert report submitted as evidence, a formal claim submittal, or a professional paper accepted for publication, any of which must have been written within the 24 months prior to applying to take the examination. This exam consists of two parts each includes 75 multiple choice questions and 4 essay questions, of which the candidate is required to answer 2 of the questions.


 

Earned Value Professional Certification (EVP)

 

8 years of experience and/or education. This is a closed book exam consisting of four parts with both multiple-choice questions and a written memorandum.


 

Planning & Scheduling Professional Certification (PSP)

 

8 years of experience and/or education. This is a closed book exam consisting of four parts with both multiple-choice questions and a written memorandum.


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