Holley‘s factory training courses are back in 2015, designed to provide the opportunity to get advanced training and technical experience with Holley EFI systems.
One- and two-day courses are being offered at Holley’s company headquarters in Bowling Green, Kentucky, that provide technical training for dealers, racers and any other users of its EFI systems, according to a press release.
“Holley factory training is a fantastic way to get unique one-on-one time with our engineers and lead techs,” says Bill Tichenor, Holley’s director of marketing. “The knowledge gained from these courses helps improve sales for our dealers and gives users specialized instruction to improve their general EFI understanding, as well as the tuning capabilities of Holley’s EFI systems.”
The courses provide three levels of EFI training, Tichenor noted. At the end of the one-day Tier One class, participants will have the tools to successfully complete a conventional “canned” Holley EFI installation. Class space is currently limited to 12 people per session.
The Tier Two class is a refresher for Tier One that is expanded to include advanced tuning and set-up principles. The two-day course is again limited to 12 people per session.
The Tier Three class will take all of the previously covered information and apply is to more complicated engine combinations that utilize superchargers or turbochargers, nitrous oxide and water-methanol injection. The two-day class is limited to 12 people per session.
Classes are scheduled monthly through the end of the year. Some dates are subject to change.