This self-assessment tool will assist you in reaching a decision about whether or not you are doing regulated work
(or someone working for you is doing regulated work).
It is not possible to provide a definitive list of roles, positions or types of employment that constitute regulated work, not least because the structure and descriptions of peoplesí work is constantly changing.
Instead, the PVG Act defines regulated work by reference to:
There are two types of regulated work:
An individual may be doing both types of regulated work as part of the same job (e.g. doctor) or in different contexts (e.g. a teacher - doing regulated work with children - who volunteers with WRVS - doing regulated work with adults).
Chapter 2 of the Guidance explains in more detail the concept of regulated work in order to help individuals and organisations to decide which positions fall within the definition.