Certified Cost Professional (CCP) – Certification Review Course
The Seattle Section of AACE International is offering a two-day seminar; a great opportunity to prepare for the CCP certification exam.

What is CCP?
A CCP is an experienced practitioner with advanced knowledge and technical expertise to apply the broad principles and best practices of Total Cost Management (TCM) in the planning, execution and management of any organizational project or program. CCPs also demonstrate the ability to research and communicate aspects of TCM principles and practices to all levels of project or program stakeholders, both internally and externally.


Charles F. Lappenbusch, Jr., MBA, CCP, EVP, PSP
Mr. Lappenbusch has over 30 years of project management and financial experience related to infrastructure projects, including as Director of Development for a new town of 17,000 residences to include all the public and private infrastructures. His emphasis is cost control processes, monitoring and integration with Critical Path Scheduling, Earned Value Method, Risk Analysis and writing reports focused to the desired particular levels of management. He aligns and allocates budgets to applicable WBS levels that support ?roll up? and ?drill down? analysis.
Michael R. “Mike” Morrison, CCP, FAACE
Mr. Morrison has over fifty?years of successful experience in management consulting, construction consulting, including cost estimating, scheduling, cost control, earned value management, value engineering, and developing new methodologies. In recent years, he has been involved in several multi?billion dollar programs in various roles, serving as a subject matter expert in leading constructability reviews and risk analysis/assessments. Member of several professional societies and former president of four local chapters; he is a former president of the Puget Sound Engineering Council (an umbrella society of 14,000 scientists and engineers); founder of two sections for AACEI; past member of national Board of Directors; past member of Oregon State Construction Education Foundation. He taught construction cost estimating at Edmonds Community College for 9 years. He continues to work as an independent consultant.

April 20th & April 21st, 2018 (Friday and Saturday); 8:00 am to 5:00 pm (on both days)

200 Taylor Avenue N, Seattle, WA

The fee for the two full-days seminar is:
Members early: $250
Non-members early: $300

Last day to register is April 6th, 2018, or when 30 people register. This is early registration fee, it will increase by $50 after April 6th, 2018 if seats are still available. The maximum attendance for this event is (30) people. Please sign-up early to ensure your spot. No refunds within two weeks of the event.

Includes refreshments/coffee, morning snack, afternoon snack and lunch on both days

Please use the link below to register for the seminar: