Here you will find details about our website’s accessibility measures, as well as an explanation of the features that increase our site’s accessibility and how you can direct any questions or feedback you might have for us. Our website supports viewing on a variety of screen sizes, and text sizes can be adjusted according to individual needs. Additionally, we provide a search facility and sitemap to make information as easy to find as possible.We believe that this website meets or exceeds the requirements of the level A criteria of the World Wide Web Consortium Web Accessibility Initiative (WCAG WAI) 2.0 guidelines. 

Changing settings 

Text size can be adjusted with your browser’s text resize option. Other changes can be made within your browser or your computer’s general settings.For more guidance, we suggest reading Better Web Browsing: Tips for Customising Your Computer from The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) or visit 'My Web My Way' from the BBC. 

Alternative text for images 

All appropriate images have alternative text available.

Heading elements

HTML heading elements represent page structure, which supports assistive technologies that enable page navigation from heading to heading.

Link text 

All hyperlinks should make sense even when read out of context. Hyperlinks are also presented in a different style of text from normal body text to ensure they can be clearly discerned.

 JavaScript independence

Where JavaScript or other scripts are used for navigation or functionality, an alternative mechanism is in place for browsers that do not support these scripts. 

Color contrast

Text and background color combinations are in sufficient contrast for visibility, and no information is referenced by color alone. 

Style sheets

 Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) control the presentation of pages, and we utilize properly structured markup for content. However, all information on our site can be accessed and read even if style sheets are turned off or unsupported.


HTML versions of PDFs are available wherever possible; however, you can also find out more about using a screen reader on PDF documents via the Adobe Accessibility Resource Center.

Contacting us

We want our website to provide the best possible experience to all, so if there is any additional information you would like to see on this page, or if you encounter any accessibility challenges on our site, please contact us. For guidelines on what to include when you contact us to ensure that we are best able to assist you, we suggest reading Contacting Organizations about Inaccessible Websites.