CCT Certification Course
A cost engineer is at the center of the project team. With his combined technical and cost expertise the cost engineer is crucial in making a project profitable. The Cost Engineering certification course at the Cost Engineering Academy is your first step towards occupying that vital position in a project team and towards a successful career in cost engineering or project management.
- About the course
- Who should attend
About the course
Cost engineering is a mix of several disciplines. A good cost engineer is a technician at heart, but one who can dissect a project into stages. The art of cost engineering is assigning value to that which has been or will be engineered. The certification course will teach you the techniques of estimating, planning and cost control for the various stages of a project. Having this knowledge will kick-start your career in the industry.
What you’ll learn
By the end of the course, you will have gained:
- To provide the complete scope of estimating, planning and cost control.
- An opportynity to become a successful project manager.
- To take the necessary steps towards becoming a Certified Cost Technician (CCT).
CCT or CCP?
Generally, those seeking CCT certification represent early-career, young professionals who have not yet achieved the requisite years of experience needed to become a Certified Cost Professional (CCP). If you have sufficient experience, you might be interested in taking the CCP Course. After obtaining your CCT certification, you will need to follow the two CCP-specifc days, write a paper and take the CCP exam.
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This course is aimed at:
- Graduate engineer (Bachelor/Master);
- Cost controller;
- Project engineer;
- Cost estimator;
- Junior project manager;
- Junior project cost engineer;
- Discipline leads;
- Members of the purchase department;
- Members of a tendering team;
- Work preparators;
- All who are involved in technical projects, cost estimation, cost control and planning and contract review in their organizations.
At least 4 years of professional experience, or 4 years of appropriate college-level academic education.
Day 1: The Role of the Cost Engineer
Day 2: Cost Estimating Methodologies and Classifications
Day 3: An Introduction to Statistics, Economics and Finance
Day 4: Planning, Cost Control and Progress Measurement
Day 5: Cost Engineering Fundamentals within Project Management
Day 6: Cost-, Quality-, Value-, and Contract Management
Day 7: Risk Management and Common Cost Engineering Practices
Day 8: Comprehensive Cost Engineering Skills and Knowledge Case
Day 9: Exam Preparation