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How to be Recognised as a Project Controls Professional

Online Event

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The webcast will discuss professional recognition routes for the Cost Engineer, Estimator and Planner.

Date and Time

22 February 2013 - 15:00-16:30


Online event.


Organised by the Project Control TPN.

About this event

For a considerable period of time, the Cost Engineer, Estimator and Planner (CEE&P) have struggled to demonstrate their professional standing, as they do not fit the professional requirements of many of the professional bodies. This has now been addressed by building an accreditation programme based on the Engineering Council registration standards and the national occupational standards for cost engineering, estimating and planning project control and commercial support. 

The webinar discusses what ACostE have in  place to professionally accredit the professional practitioner leading to one of the following: ECostE(Enrolled), RCostE(Registered) ICostE(Incorporated) or CPCostE (Certified Professional) with the options to progress through to the tiered framework to CPCostE all these are recognised by ICEC (the International Cost Engineering Council). Coupled to this ACostE Accreditation Programme is also : Companies Skills Development Frameworks for the CEE&P community and Course Accreditation in support of the National Occupations standards for the CEE&P skills

The webinar will discuss the alternative Professional Recognition routes via ACostE leading to CCE (an ICEC status), and also Engineering Council Eng Tech, IEng and CEng, providing suitable prior engineering experience is demonstrated.

The webinar will also cover the IET approach to delivering the Engineering Council status of Eng Tech, IEng and CEng.


  • Alec Ray, FACostE, MAACE, MPMI,MAPM, DIF
  • Nigel Hibberd, MSc (Industrial Engineering)- FACostE, MAPM, AIMechE
  • Eric McKinnon, CEng. BSc (Hons - Open) MIET. MBCI. MSCTE.

Speaker biographies are available to download online.

Who should attend

  • IET members who have an interest in Projects and Project Controls
  • ACostE members who want Professional recognition
  • Employers who want to identify Project Control Professionals

Event timings

15:00 - 16:30 GMT


This event is organised by the Project controls network, make sure you join the new online community for Project Controls to network with Project Controls professionals around the world. 

Registration information

The interactive webinar link will be emailed out to those registered on the afternoon of the event, please note registration closes at 14:00 on 22 February 2013.

During the broadcast of this webinar, a dedicated chat room will be available enabling you to pose your thoughts to the panel as well as other participants of the virtual event.

If you have a question that you would like to pose to the speakers in advance there is an opportunity to list this on the registration form.

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