Our apprenticeships give you the opportunity and support to develop new workplace skills in an Engineering company committed to your career success.

As a Specdrum/Specfab Apprentice, you will need to fully commit to your College/University training alongside the demands of your day-to-day job onsite.

You will have the daily support of a on-site mentor to maximise your learning and professional development in effective work behaviours, technical knowledge and professional manufacturing skills.

We will need you to commit to a professional development plan, set out at the beginning of your apprenticeship, and attend regular review meetings with your mentor and HR to keep your progress on track and provide redirection if needed.

We hold quarterly meetings, with HR and other apprentices, when you will have the opportunity to share experiences gained through your time with Specdrum/Specfab or at College/University, engage in developmental exercises and advise other apprentices of any useful knowledge/skills gained.

We encourage apprentices to take ownership of the tasks & projects set out by their Production Supervisor, as a member of the team.

We help apprentices gain a clear understanding of the importance of managing both learning responsibilities and work challenges.

To read more on our latest intake of Apprentices and a day in the life of their Specdrum Apprenticeship Experience, please click onto our socials Specdrum Ltd | Facebook and Specdrum : Posts | LinkedIn 

Apprenticeship Vacancies for Sept 22 Intake are Now Open! Click onto our Careers Section to Apply.


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Terex Materials Processing, Dungannon source all its pulleys for the screening equipment from Specdrum Engineering. We have found that they are a reliable and easy to work with supplier. With Specdrum Engineering being a local supplier to our facility we operate with daily deliveries and work together to try and ensure we keep our stock to a minimum. We have found Specdrum Engineering to be a very supportive organisation with any changes that we would like to make with our method of supply.

Robert Neill Supply Chain Manager, Powerscreen

Robert Neill
Supply Chain Manager, Powerscreen