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Feature №15

This refers to using LOC definitions from elsewhere, and adapting them for use in a different context. This is quite widespread in UK NOS practice, where there are rules governing when it can be referred to with the same identifier, and when it has to be renamed essentially as a different competence, but based on the original one.

In cases where this kind of thing is done, explain how it is done and the rules attached.

InLOC examples

  • UK NOS defines rules for tailoring National Occupational Standard to specific needs.

InLOC treatment

InLOC does not currently specify a way of representing the fact that one structure is an adaptation of another one.

If there is a demand for this, and if sufficiently clear meanings can be clarified, InLOC could add extra LOCassociationships to represent this.

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