I'm in the US.
This is how I started my dogs on raw:
1.) Decide what type of raw feeding plan to follow. The 2 most common is BARF and PMR in addition to commercial pre-made. I did PMR.
2.) Read up on that raw feeding plan and follow the standard guides to start off with.
As I chose PMR, I went with the standard 80% meat, 10% bone, 5% liver, 5% other secreting organs formula and fed my dogs 3% of their weight - for the puppy, I chose approx. 3% of his expected adult weight. I didn't give the dog any food for 24 hours and then chose one meat source first - chicken without the liver/organs yet - chopped it up into chunks bigger than their throats (like the size of a chicken leg quarter) and just let them chomp on it until it is gone (took a long time at first because they were not used to gnawing on the bone). I added liver/organs on week 3... and also started feeding other meat sources - pork, beef, fish, turkey, rabbit, goat, etc.
That's really all there was to it. Everything else is observation - if the dog gets too fat, I feed less. If the dog gets too skinny, I feed more. If the poop is chalky, I lower the bone, if the poop is too soft, I add bone, if it's too dark, I ease up on the organs, etc. etc. Now, my girl is turning 8 years old and is starting to slow down... I added a multi-vitamin for her and gave her chicken/turkey feet often.
PMR, for me, is the simplest, so that's what I go by. Others don't feel comfortable not feeding veggies for some reason, so they use BARF or something else entirely. I have 3 healthy dogs that eat nothing but whole meat, so I don't feel the need to change... for now.
Hope this helps.