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Andy Hertel

Program Manager

Humber College

HQ Phone:  (416) 675-6622

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Humber College

205 Humber College Blvd.

Toronto, Ontario,M9W 5L7

Canada

Company Description

Humber offers a broad range of learning opportunities for students through certificates, diplomas, degrees and specialized postgraduate certificates. Many internationally trained professionals have benefited from the educational opportunities and services such...more

Background Information

Employment History

Chief Instructor

Canada Safety Council


Trainer (M2 Exit Motorcycle Signing Authority)

Ministry of Transportation


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Humber rides with Harley-Davidson Canada | Humber Today

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"We are excited to partner with Harley-Davidson Canada to offer our students a truly unique experience in motorcycle rider training," says Andy Hertel, program manager of motorcycle rider training at Humber.


Staff | Humber Motorcycle Training Centre

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Andy Hertel, Program Manager & Chief Instructor


humberetc.com

Andy Hertel, program manager of Humber's motorcycle rider training, joined with Toronto Police offering rider training program for students.
They were given verbal instructions, demonstrations and then a chance to ride. The program sets out to create better motorcycle riders for safer roads, said Hertel. The program first came to Humber College in 1982 when it started with about 128 students The school wanted to make a positive impact on the roads for everyone on the road, said Hertel. At its peak the program had more 4,000 students. Safety and awareness applies to everyone on the road. "Many of our students come back and say this [rider training program] has made me a better automobile driver because of awareness," Hertel said. Hertel said assessing his personal limitations before getting on the road has kept him safe during 30 years of riding. "Don't get sucked into trying to mimic someone else," he said.


Autumn Riding :: UpperCanadaCruisers.com :: Ride to live!! Live to Ride!!

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"There are really three factors key to riding in the fall," explains Andy Hertel, manager of motorcycle-rider training at Humber College in Toronto.
"One is rider preparation, and the others are the environment and road users." While you can't control the weather or who shares the road with you, you can adjust your habits to suit the season. Drawing on his years of experience as a rider and instructor, Hertel shares these top tips on preparing yourself, your bike and your driving strategy to safely handle autumn conditions. WHAT TO WEAR "People underestimate the impact of riding in the cold for even 20 or 30 minutes," says Hertel. While gorgeous to look at, autumn leaves can create all sorts of perils, Hertel warns. "Always plan your ride and ride your plan," Hertel reminds motorcyclists. (From: inthesaddle.ca and Andy Hertel)


In the Saddle.ca

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"There are really three factors key to riding in the fall," explains Andy Hertel, manager of motorcycle-rider training at Humber College in Toronto.
"One is rider preparation, and the others are the environment and road users." While you can't control the weather or who shares the road with you, you can adjust your habits to suit the season. Drawing on his years of experience as a rider and instructor, Hertel shares these top tips on preparing yourself, your bike and your driving strategy to safely handle autumn conditions. What to wear "People underestimate the impact of riding in the cold for even 20 or 30 minutes," says Hertel. While gorgeous to look at, autumn leaves can create all sorts of perils, Hertel warns. "Always plan your ride and ride your plan," Hertel reminds motorcyclists.


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