Industrial Plant Technicians install and maintain manufacturing equipment. Technicians must be able to detect minor problems and correct them before they become larger problems. Industrial Plant Technicians use technical manuals, their understanding of the equipment, and careful observation to discover the cause of the problem. For example, after hearing a vibration from a machine, the technician must decide whether it is due to worn belts, weak motor bearings, or some other problem. Technicians are prepared to use computerized diagnostic systems and vibration analysis equipment to determine the nature of a problem. Increasingly, Industrial Plant Technicians have the electrical, electronics, and computer programming skills to repair sophisticated equipment on their own. Effective July 1, 2011 colleges are required to disclose certain information for any Title IV eligible program that prepares students for gainful employment (as defined by the US Department of Education) in a recognized occupation.