People and skills are the heart of the economic prosperity, and by equipping the workforces with the right skills, they need to carry out their jobs, business are able to seize new opportunities that drive growth and productivity. With the rapid technological transformations, happening in all industries - but especially in aviation - the development of skill is ever more critical in today's business landscape. Yang Berhormat Dato Seri Setia Doctor Awang Haji Mohd Amin Liew bin Abdullah, Minister at the Prime Minister's Office and the Second Minister of Finance and Economy, as well as the Chairman of the RB Board of Directors, underscored the matters at the opening of the RB Campus. The Campus brings the focus back to RB's most important assets - which is its people who together ensure that RB fulfils its primary goal of connecting the people of Brunei to the wider world.

The design of the RB Campus - previously known as RB Training Centre, Rolls Royce and Hangars buildings - takes into account the staff's welfare, morale and stronger team work. RB wants to provide the people with the best work environment, increase productivity and enhance team cooperation. It has introduced an open plan office concept to encourage team cohesiveness and engagement. To date, more than 300 staff are working in 6 newly-refurbished buildings around the Campus, with each building housing RB's people within their own respective sections. Nine training rooms were provided to serve as a learning centre for all RB's developmental and functional trainings conducted in-house. An exciting feature of the campus was the new Sky cafe - a communal area for all staff to enjoy their meals. Also present at the occasion were Doctor Haji Abdul Manaf bin Haji Metussin, the Deputy Minister of Finance and Economy; and Mr Karam Chand, RB's Chief Executive Officer.

Source: Radio Television Brunei