Scott Antall Bio
Over the past decade, he has worked for many large and small companies, governmental organizations and individuals. He is an independent consultant.
Since 1999, Scott Antall has taught web technology courses
to some of the top companies in the nation including Ford,
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC), Cornell University,
The Detroit News, JICPAC (Joint Intelligence Center, Pacific
- US Navy), Mellon Financial, PNC Bank, Highmark Blue Cross
Blue Shield, and more. He teaches onsite courses in addition
to open-enrollment courses through several partners including Accelebrate, Webucator, New Horizons - Syracuse, WestLake Internet Training,
and ProTech Training.
While at WestLake Internet Training in Washington DC, Scott Antall was
one of its top three ranked trainers according
to the evaluations completed by students. Scott Antall
takes pride in being able to explain complicated topics
to students in a simple way.
Scott has written about a dozen courses on Adobe Flash, ActionScript, Adobe ColdFusion, Adobe Dreamweaver. These course manuals are available for purchase by individuals, trainers or larger companies.
He recently was the technical editor on Sam's Teach Yourself Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 in 24 Hours and will soon be doing the same on the new edition covering Dreamweaver CS5.
Scott worked with the Detroit News for eight years working on large projects such as the restaurant database, movie search, message boards, cyber polls, photo galleries and much more.
A Cleveland, Ohio native, Scott received a BA in Public Relations
from Eastern Michigan University in 1994. After college, he
went to work as an instructor for the National
Young Leaders Conference (NYLC), a program for honors
high school students in Washington, DC. He moved to NYLC's
sister organization, the National
Youth Leadership Forum (NYLF) and rose to Director of
Admissions, selecting the program participants. At NYLF, he
was responsible for maintaining a large FoxPro database of
prospective students and a staff who processed all student
registrations. He also created and maintained NYLF's first
In July 1998 he went to work for the American
Pharmaceutical Association (APhA) where he converted several
regularly published documents to dynamic web documents. He
was also responsible for creating a password-protected website
for APhA's Board of Trustees.