Utility Management Certification

The Utility Management Certification program is designed to recognize the professional educational achievements of individuals and to market their achievements and skills to increase the value of today's water professionals.

Click on the course links below to start your Utility Management Certification or to renew your UMC.

Notice for Florida Managers: If you are seeking the Utility Management Certification in Florida, you must apply through the Florida Rural Water Association. Click Here to begin that process. 

 

Begin the Utility Management Certification.

The first step in the Utility Management Certification process is an application that scores education, training and water industry experience. Once an applicant scores 100 points, they will pay a $250 fee and take the certification exam. The UMC exam consists of 102 questions covering utility management, finances and operations. After achieving the required score, new UMC graduates can print a certificate and will receive a UMC plaque. 

Renew Your UMC.

The Utility Management Certification can be renewed every three years. To qualify for renewal, certification holders must have completed 40 hours of additional training. Renewal requires a $125 fee. 

Renew Your UMC.

The Utility Management Certification can be renewed every three years. To qualify for renewal, certification holders must have completed 40 hours of additional training. Renewal requires a $125 fee. 

Renew Your UMC.

The Utility Management Certification can be renewed every three years. To qualify for renewal, certification holders must have completed 40 hours of additional training. Renewal requires a $125 fee. 

Renew Your UMC.

The Utility Management Certification can be renewed every three years. To qualify for renewal, certification holders must have completed 40 hours of additional training. Renewal requires a $125 fee. 

Renew Your UMC.

The Utility Management Certification can be renewed every three years. To qualify for renewal, certification holders must have completed 40 hours of additional training. Renewal requires a $125 fee. 

This is the final UMC renewal. Once this renewal is complete the certification does not expire.