AACE CCP Certification Training Course to be Facilitated by Spire and PG&E

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AACE CCP Certification Training Course to be Facilitated by Spire and PG&E


AACE CCP CERTIFICATION TRAINING COURSE TO BE FACILITATED BY SPIRE AND PG&E


Mr. Michael R. Nosbisch, CCP, PSP, FAACE, has more than 29 years of project management and project controls experience with a focus on estimating, cost engineering, scheduling, pricing and compliance, earned value management, and document control. Additionally, Mr. Nosbisch has been responsible for multiple successful earned value management (EVM) compliance and consulting practices for leading management consulting firms, managing several engagements in support of government agencies and multiple contractors performing large, technically complex projects both within the United States and overseas.

To contact Mr. Nosbisch, please email MikeN@spirecg.com or call 562.200.0047.

 

 

Spire’s Associate Principal, Michael Nosbisch, CCP, PSP, FAACE will partner with James Wolf, CCP, PMP of PG&E to deliver a two-day training course for the AACE International (AACE) Certified Cost Professional (CCP) certification. The course, hosted by the AACE San Francisco Section, will be held on April 14th and 21st at the Burns & McDonnell offices in San Francisco, CA.

The CCP certification is intended for individuals who are experienced practitioners with an in-depth understanding of total cost management (TCM) principles and best practices as they relate to the planning, execution and management of projects and programs. These individuals also demonstrate the ability to research and communicate aspects of TCM principles and practices to all levels of both internal and external project or program stakeholders.

The class is open to AACE members and non-members alike. To register for the class, please click here.

To learn more about the CCP certification, please click here.


About the Speakers

Mr. Michael R. Nosbisch, CCP, PSP, FAACE, has more than 29 years of project management and project controls experience with a focus on estimating, cost engineering, scheduling, pricing and compliance, earned value management, and document control. Mr. Nosbisch has led project controls groups for several of the leading engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) firms in the industry, helping support their public and federal portfolios. Additionally, Mr. Nosbisch has been responsible for multiple successful earned value management (EVM) compliance and consulting practices for leading management consulting firms, managing several engagements in support of government agencies and multiple contractors performing large, technically complex projects both within the United States and overseas. Mr. Nosbisch’s clients have included the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA), the Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC), the Department of Defense (DoD), the Department of Energy (DoE), the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA), and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). He has worked on projects across the globe, helping clients improve infrastructure, creating safe testing facilities for biomedical and chemical agents, and assisting the military in their day-to-day operations. Mr. Nosbisch is a Fellow at AACE International (FAACE) and the current Chair of the Education Board. He has served as President of the Association from 2011 to 2012 and has been an active Member for more than 15 years. He is also currently serving as the Vice President of the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) Orange County (OC) Post.

 

Mr. James Wolf, CCP, PMP, has 12 years of cost engineering experience within the energy industry, including nine years in oil & gas and three years in public utilities. Mr. Wolf has focused his career primarily on standing up PMO organizations and processes, deploying project and portfolio management systems, and developing quantitative models for capital programs. He is currently the Principal for quantitative modeling in PG&E’s Gas Operations division. Prior to that, he was the Enterprise PM Tools Lead for PG&E’s Enterprise PMO. Before joining PG&E, Mr. Wolf held a number of PMO leadership roles within Chevron, including Enterprise IT PMO Lead, Project Assurance Consultant, and Lead Cost Engineer for Data Management. He began his career in environmental consulting, where he supervised environmental compliance for a variety of major oil company sites.