Our Board of Education is responsible for maintaining the highest educational standard in the bartending industry. With over 50 000 students and over 28 schools worldwide, the board makes sure all educational materials are up to date and in line with the latest trends and developments in the hospitality sector. The Board of Education is unique to European Bartender School and guarantees a relevant curriculum for both employers and students of our courses.

Tom Dyer

Tom Dyer

Tom is a world champion and has ranked Top five in the last seven years. He has won over 50 international competitions in 35 different countries around the world, visited talk shows in ten different countries, organized the world’s largest flair competition and so far trained over 1,000 bartenders.

Gavin Wrigley at the microphone

Gavin Wrigley

Head of the European Bartender School Education Department, Gavin has over 10 years of experience working as the manager in leading bars, nightclubs and cocktail catering across the UK, Europe, USA, Australia and Asia. He has been passing on his wealth of knowledge and expertise to students for more than six years.

Marian Beke

Marian Beke

Marian Beke is a legend in the bar industry. He has taken home globally recognised awards and is recognised across the world as a leading innovator in the cocktail realm, his creativity behind the bar is limitless and has helped him build a greatly credited reputation.

Björn Kjellberg

Björn Kjellberg

Björn Kjellberg is a world famous Tequila master and two-times winner of “Best Bar in Sweden” with the bar he manages, “Little Quarter” (Bartenders’ Choice Awards). His knowledge of Tequila’s history is unchallenged by many and is always apparent in his work today.

Ludovic Ducrocq tasting whisky

Ludovic Ducrocq

A true whisky expert and enthusiast, French-born Ludo is the longest-serving member of William Grant & Sons’ ambassador team. Today he is the Global Head of Ambassador Advocacy. Having travelled to over 50 countries, his outstanding dedication to Scotch whisky was recognised in 2012 when he was inducted as a Keeper of the Quaich.