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Written by Fotomall Staff  
Friday, 05 October 2007

Bob Wohlers

Few educators have assisted with the development of a many diver related training materials as Bob Wohlers. With a master's degree in instructional design, he is currently one of PADI's instructional designers and subject matter experts. He has helped guide the development of PADI's educational system since 1979.

In years past, Bob taught high school and college marine biology, using his Marine Science degree from California State University, Long Beach. A professional scuba instructor since 1973, Bob also taught scuba and underwater photography at the college/university level and within diving retail and resort environments. In the mid and late 1970's and early 1980's Bob was also a retail dive store assistant manager and general manager at a popular Cozumel resort.

Currently, Bob is the Instructional Design and Development Executive for DSAT - Diving Science and Technology. DSAT is the engineering arm of PADI. Primarily, DSAT produces instruction manuals and videos for the recreational diving industry. Through DSAT, Bob also works on curricula materials for Emergency First Response, a CPR/First Aid company and Current Publishing, a company that produces high school marine science material.

Recreationally, Bob is an avid underwater videographer and still photographer. His passion is capturing animal behavior and the thrill of scuba diving. In the early 1970’s Bob was one of the first to document the amazing reefs under Southern California’s offshore oil platforms. Today he is an advocate for keeping them in place for divers to enjoy once they are decommissioned.


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