Beds Technical Training

Hill-Rom Technical Bed Training Programs

The Technical Training Programs from Hill-Rom are product certification programs specifically designed for hospital engineers, bio-medical and maintenance staffs. These programs focus primarily on the performance of a preventive maintenance schedule and major troubleshooting techniques.

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Upon completion, you will return to your facility with the product knowledge and hands-on experience necessary to keep your patient care areas functioning at required levels. The courses offer these specific objectives:

  • Hands-on knowledge of troubleshooting techniques
  • Preventive maintenance and safety inspection steps
  • Understanding of product features and benefits
  • Ability to quickly spot and correct user errors
  • Knowledge of product warranties, out-of-warranty exchange programs and parts ordering procedures
  • Theory of operation and component level replacement


We have training facilities in Batesville, which is located between Cincinnati, OH and Indianapolis, IN.


Fees vary based on the course offered. Fees are listed on the “course request” page as well as the Hill-Rom Bed Training Brochure. You can also contact us direct for specific inquiries. All programs include training materials, and certificate upon class completion. Seminar participants will be responsible for all other expenses; therefore, please arrange flights, rental cars and hotel per your facility’s travel policy. FYI: For Batesville classes rental cars are a necessity as there are no airport transfers or taxi service available.


Batesville, IN class times are 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. EST


All Service manuals, user manuals and recommended spare parts lists, as well as student guides are provided. Testing includes problem diagnosis and a written exam.


Because these programs are designed for those individuals responsible for the troubleshooting, repair and maintenance / preventive maintenance of Hill-Rom® equipment, it is recommended that the student possess a basic knowledge of electronics and has experience with electronics testing equipment.

(Note the course descriptions for additional details.)