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IS IT TOO LATE FOR ME TO MAKE A COME BACK?

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Galing Galing
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Dear Fellow Engineers,

I have a BSME degree with 10+years Schedule/Cost Engineer experience ie. construction, power plants, nuclear, etc.
But that was in the 1980’s. Since then I went to my own business in Sales (not related to engineering) and now retired from it. With my 3 daughters soon going to college! I need to come out of retirement. (NO MORE SALES) I Want To Be Back In "Planning and Scheduling Engineering" Career! My first thought is to get certified in Project Planning Software Programs (to catch up with current tools of the trade - technology).... IS IT TOO LATE FOR ME TO MAKE A COME BACK?

PLEASE HELP ME, with your comments, thoughts, advise, and any response to my situation.

Sincerely,
Tony

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Galing Galing
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Hi Adedeji A.,
Thanks for your input, indeed I’ve been exploring primavera, MSproject, CMAA, AACE, PMI, etc.
Cheers,
Tony
Adedeji Adelaja
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Yes a lot has changed in the field, but with some sweat you should get back into form shortly