What’s The Best Credential For Water Managers A Certificate, Certification, Or License

April 23, 2021 12:00 pm
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Michael Pippen

Director of Business Development

The purpose of a credential is to protect the public and ensure the professional providing services is committed to the profession and ongoing education in water management.

A strong credential indicates you meet a certain standard of competence and can give you a competitive advantage, more job opportunities, a higher pay scale, and job security.

The benefits of becoming certified include: A foundation of broad and deep understanding of water management, competitive advantages when bidding jobs or acquiring employment, and improves earning potential, naming a few.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • Why certifications are important
  • What is best for water managers – Certificate vs. Certification vs License
  • How to get Certified
    • Find what brings value to your job responsibilities
    • Prepare – Classes, study, etc.
    • Taking exams
    • Promoting your credentials
Michael Pippen

Director of Business Development

My entire career and personal life has been immersed in the agriculture industry. Being raised on a farm in the Mississippi River Delta, my background is in the commodity crops of cotton, corn, and soybeans. My professional career has been focused in the specialty fruit, vegetable and nut crops, however I now am spending considerable time in the commercial landscape market as well. Early in my career I provided CRM, design and sales services. More recently I have concentrated on market development, team management and strategic planning. I believe my experience at the field, distributor and manufacturer level gives me a unique perspective. My career passion is to provide practical solutions to help growers and property managers make better decisions by utilizing field proven technologies. 

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