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What is a regulated profession?

A profession is said to be regulated when access and exercise is subject to the possession of a specific professional qualification.

Regulated professions in this database

This database contains lists of regulated professions in the EU member states, EEA countries and Switzerland covered by the Directive 2005/36/EC.

Regulated professions are grouped together under generic headings called "generic professions". This is to help find regulated professions which are listed in the language of the country in which they are regulated.

The profession's generic heading cover professions regulated in different Member States, which may cover different activities.

Further information on regulated professions

Qualified professionals wishing to obtain recognition for establishment or wanting to provide services on a temporary and occasional basis within the EU Member States, EEA countries or Switzerland should seek advice from the relevant Contact Point in the future host country (EU Member States, EEA countries and Switzerland).

The contact points are responsible for providing general information on recognition of professional qualifications provided for in Directive 2005/36/EC as well as on competent authorities and national legislation governing the professions.

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Name of regulated profession Country Region Recognition under Directive 2005/36/EC Qualification level
Almen praktiserende læge/Speciallæge i almen medicin Denmark All regions Doctor in Basic medicine and General medical practice
Almennur heimilislæknir (Evrópulæknir) Iceland All regions Doctor in Basic medicine and General medical practice
Altenfachbetreuer/in Austria All regions General system of recognition - primary application Certificate attesting the completion of a secondary course
Altenhelfer Austria All regions General system of recognition - primary application Certificate attesting the completion of a secondary course
Altenpfleger(in) Germany All regions General system of recognition - primary application Diploma (post-secondary education), including Annex II (ex 92/51, Annex C,D)
Ambulanceassistent Denmark All regions General system of recognition - primary application Certificate attesting the completion of a secondary course
Ambulancebehandler Denmark All regions General system of recognition - primary application Certificate attesting the completion of a secondary course
Ambulancebehandler med særlig kompetence Denmark All regions General system of recognition - primary application Certificate attesting the completion of a secondary course
Ambulancier Switzerland All regions General system of recognition - primary application Diploma of post-secondary level (3-4 years)
Ambulansearbeider Norway All regions General system of recognition - primary application Certificate attesting the completion of a secondary course
Ammatillisten/yhteisten opintojen opettaja ammatillisessa koulutuksessa, Lärare i yrkesinriktade/gemensamma studier i yrkesutbildningen Finland All regions General system of recognition - primary application Diploma of post-secondary level (3-4 years)
Aménagiste Switzerland Neuchâtel General system of recognition - primary application Diploma of post-secondary level (3-4 years)
Anaesthesia Ireland All regions Doctor in basic and specialised medicine both listed in Annex V
Anaesthetics United Kingdom All regions Doctor in basic and specialised medicine both listed in Annex V
Analista de sementes Portugal All regions General system of recognition - primary application Certificate attesting the completion of a secondary course
The database contains information on regulated professions, statistics on migrating professionals, contact points and competent authorities, as provided by EU Member States, EEA countries and Switzerland.
Each country is responsible for updating information on its regulated professions, competent authorities and statistics.
The Commission cannot be held responsible for the accuracy of the information. However, if errors are brought to its attention, the Commission undertakes to correct them, if deemed appropriate.