We’re committed to ensuring our website is easy to use for as many people as possible. Below are some details on how we aim to achieve this accessibility.
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)’s Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) publishes a set of guidelines for making web content more accessible to persons with disabilities known as the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). According to how accessible a website is, the WCAG gives a rating of A, AA, or AAA, where A is the least accessible and AAA is the most accessible. Our aim is for all of our pages to conform to AA standard. We also aim to meet as many requirements of the AAA standard as possible. If you believe we could make any changes to make the website more accessible then please contact us.
We recognise that not all visitors to our website use the same web browser, operating system and hardware, so our website has been tested across a range of different browsers, handheld / mobile devices and on both Mac and PC desktop computers. This testing ensures that as many people as possible experience the website as intended. If you have discovered a problem with the website then please contact us with details of the problem and the browser and operating system you are using and we’ll see if we can fix it.
Access keys are the web browser feature enabling the user to navigate a website using the keyboard, without the need to use a mouse. Our access keys are listed below followed by details of how to use them in popular web browsers.
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