We are constantly working to make our website accessible and informative for all our users. If you have any questions about using our website or if you have a suggestion on how we can improve its accessibility, please email us.
At the bottom of each webpage there is an option to ‘email this page’. You can also use this tool to report a problem.
When developing our website, we worked with our provider – VerseOne – to ensure that all content was checked by users of adaptive technology prior to go-live. We also use an accessibility tracker, named SiteImprove, to identify and resolve any accessibility issue in line with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.
Users can change the contrast of our site. To access this tool, select the stickman figure in the top right of your screen (next to the search field).
Images and tables
When publishing images and tables we are required, buy our system, to provide a description and alternative text, this is to ensure that those using screen readers can understand what the image and/or table is.
Our site has been developed and tested on multiple mobile devices and browsers using Responsive Web Design techniques, this means that you should be able to browse our site with ease no matter what device you are using (desktop, tablet or mobile). Certain aspects of our site will not work on browsers over 3 years old, in which case we recommend you update your internet browser.
All pages on our site can be translated into multiple languages. To access this tool, select the globe icon in the top right corner of your webpage (next to the search field). This service is powered by Google Translate.
Translations are made through an automated process which may not result in accurate or precise translations. Anyone using the Google Translate does so at his or her own risk and the user accepts the legal implications of any shortcomings or differences in the translation.