Water Services: Customer Service


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This award is not eligible for Financial Aid

The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Water Services: Customer Service program is designed to provide students with the training needed for employment in the water services irrigation industry. Students will specialize in either Water Account Services or Water Delivery Systems. Students in Account Services will focus on water rights, account management, processing and troubleshooting orders. Students in Water Delivery Systems will focus on scheduling, delivery processes, controls, measurements, and maps. Both specializations will emphasize organizational customer service standards and skills, and water delivery systems.

This is a Fast Track Certificate, which can be completed in two semesters or less.


Field of Interest
Business, Entrepreneurialism, and Management
Degree Type
Certificate of Completion (CCL)
Academic Plan
Water Services: Customer Service (CER)
Academic Plan Code
Total credits required
Effective Term
Summer 2022
Admissions criteria

This program is offered through an educational partnership. Employment by the partnership organization is required for admission.


This program is not eligible for Title IV Federal Financial Aid.
Students must earn a grade of C or better in all courses within the program.

What You'll Learn
  • Explain water rights. (UCS115)
  • Differentiate between water delivery systems. (UCS115)
  • Describe types of information found in customer accounts. (UCS115, UCS116)
  • Compare and contrast types of water orders. (UCS115, UCS116)
  • Interpret water schedules. (UCS115, UCS118)
  • Use an irrigation mapping system. (UCS115, UCS118)
  • Explain rules for handling Supplemental Supply Program (SSP) water. (UCS116)
  • Demonstrate procedures for managing customer accounts. (UCS116, UCS117, UCS118, UCS119)
  • Explain procedures for handling accounts related to property sales. (UCS117)
  • Demonstrate procedures for handling special situations and problem calls. (UCS117, UCS118, UCS119)
  • Complete typical irrigation calls. (UCS118, UCS119)
  • Demonstrate procedures for completing billing and payment account procedures. (UCS119)
  • OR
  • Compare and contrast various agricultural and residential water delivery systems and processes. (UCS180, UCS182, UCS184, UCS186, UCS188)
  • Compare and contrast types of water orders. (UCS182, UCS184, UCS188)
  • Use controls and maps to complete irrigation procedures. (UCS180, UCS182, UCS184, UCS186, UCS188)
  • Complete irrigation water delivery measurement procedures. (UCS180, UCS182, UCS184, UCS186, UCS188)
  • Demonstrate safety expectations with regard to public, workers, system assets and equipment. (UCS180, UCS182, UCS184, UCS186, UCS188)
  • Manage water delivery issues. (UCS180, UCS182, UCS184, UCS186, UCS188)
  • Describe and demonstrate characteristics of accountability, professionalism, and effective customer service. (UCS180, UCS182, UCS184, UCS186, UCS188)
Required courses
Course #Course TitleCredits
Specialization 1: Account Services – 10 credits
UCS115Introduction to Water Customer Services2
UCS116Water Services Accounts I2
UCS117Water Services Accounts II2
UCS118Water Customer Services Procedures I2
UCS119Water Customer Services Procedures II2
Specialization 2: Water Delivery – 10 credits
UCS180Introduction to Water Delivery Customer Service3
UCS182Water Delivery Management2
UCS184Water Delivery Operations2
UCS186Water Delivery Measurements2
UCS188Water Delivery Operations Lab1

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