Chapter 3 Responsibilities of Volunteer Service Exercisers
A volunteer service exerciser may recruit volunteers independently or jointly with other exercisers, and shall publicize a
volunteer service plan upon recruitment.
The pubic or private-operated institutions collectively engaged in volunteer service shall sign service agreements with the
volunteer service exercisers.
A volunteer service exerciser shall exercise the volunteers according to the volunteer service plan.
The above-mentioned volunteer service plan shall include the recruitment, training, management, exercise, support and
evaluation of volunteers as well as service items.
To exercise volunteer service, an exerciser shall submit a volunteer service plan and the photostat copy of the registration
certificate to the competent authority and the regulating department of the objective undertaking involved in the volunteer
service plan for recording, and shall, within 2 months commencing from termination of exercise, report by letter the
proceedings of the volunteer service plan to the competent authority and the regulating department for review. Where the period
of exercise is 2 years or longer, the exerciser shall, within 2 months commencing from termination of each year, report the
proceedings to the competent authority and the regulating department for review.
Where the volunteer service plan conforms to the purpose of existence described in the constitution of government department,
institution, public school, or volunteer service exerciser, the exerciser need not to apply for registration before to exercise, but
shall, within 2 months commencing from termination of each year, report the proceedings to the competent authority and the
regulating department for review.
Where a volunteer service exerciser doesn’t submit the necessary documents for recording or review pursuant to the above
two paragraphs, the regulating department of the objective undertaking involved in the volunteer service plan shall not provide
fund support, and as it as a reference for evaluating the service performance.
Upon recording a volunteer service plan pursuant to Article 7, where it is found that the volunteer service plan doesn’t meet
this Act or other laws and decrees, the competent authority and the regulating department of the objective undertaking involved
in the volunteer service plan shall immediately notify the volunteer service exerciser to make supplementation or correction
prior to recording.
To improve the work quality of volunteer service and ensure the rights and interests of the served persons, volunteer service
exercisers shall provide their volunteers with the following trainings:
1. Basic training.
2. Special training.
The courses of the training referred to in Subparagraph 1 shall be determined by the central competent authority, and the
courses of the training in Subparagraph 2 shall be determined by the regulating departments of the objective undertakings or the
volunteer service exercisers depending on the individual requirements.
Volunteer service exercisers shall, according to the work contents and characteristics of the volunteers, make sure that the
volunteers provide services under environments of appropriate safety and hygiene conditions.
Volunteer service exercisers shall provide necessary information on the volunteers, and designate dedicated personnel to
supervise volunteer services.
Volunteer service exercisers shall grant volunteer service certificates and service record books to their volunteers.
Regulations on management of the above-mentioned volunteer service certificates and service record books will be prescribed
by the central competent authority.
The work that requires professional licenses shall be done by the volunteers who hold the licenses.