S’porean students here for RBPF educational visit

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THE youth are encouraged to develop their leadership and social skills at an early age to prepare them for their adulthood, the superintendent of Police Commandant National Police Cadet Corps (NPCC) of Singapore yesterday said.

Hoo Poh Heng, told The Brunei Times during the arrival of the NPCC delegation to the Sultanate at the Brunei International Airport in Berakas yesterday, that the youth needs the proper guidance to provide them with the skills for their future.

Twenty-eight cadets from Singapore’s NPCC are here for an educational visit.

They will be joined by 20 cadets from the Royal Brunei Police Force (RBPF) who will serve as their guides throughout the five-day stay of the delegation.

“The leadership and communication skills are always needed in their future careers because you need to know how to lead and motivate others, which is why the educational visit to Brunei is a stepping stone in preparing them,” said the delegation head.

Senior Insp Pg Abd Aziz Pg Hj Muhammad, the Officer In Charge of RBPF Cadets, said in an interview, that the programme would help the students prepare for their future by gaining more cultural knowledge.

The Brunei Times