We aim to make this website accessible to all users, following certain standards and Government guidelines to ensure that this site can be used effectively and easily as possible by everyone.
This website has been designed to deliver HTML content in accordance with the web Accessibility Initiative's (WAI) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) Version 2, to level 'AA' standard.
Where to find help for using websites
AbilityNet provide guidance on:
- seeing the screen (e.g. making text larger)
- hearing sound (e.g. hearing options for your computer, phone or tablet)
- reading and spelling (e.g. changing fonts)
- your keyboard and mouse (e.g. making your keyboard or mouse easier to use)
Browsealoud is a free tool which reads the contents of this website out loud. It offers practical website access services to people with reading difficulties and those who find it easier to listen to, rather than read the content of our website.
Help with PDFs
The documents available within this site for download are in Portable Document Format (often referred to as PDF). Adobe Reader is a free programme available for download from the Adobe website.