The four processes discussed in the previous sections form the core processes of UCAM and are executed to ensure that the competency assessment elements described in the UCAM meta-model (see Chapter 3) are created and utilised. As shown in Figure 4.3 above and previously discussed, there are a number of UCAM support processes that can be carried out prior to and following execution of the core UCAM processes.

When tailoring UCAM for use within an organisation, a large part of the tailoring effort is likely to be needed in the identification and definition of these non-core UCAM support processes. These support processes can be organised into two groups: the pre-assessment processes that are executed before the core UCAM ...

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