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Digital Accessibility

We want everyone to be able to use our website and we are committed to making it as accessible as possible.

On this site you should be able to:

  • Zoom in up to 200% without the text spilling off the screen;
  • Navigate most of the website just using a keyboard;
  • View the site clearly on your tablet, laptop, desktop or mobile phone;
  • Use voice recognition technology you may have. 
  • Navigate long pages by headings/subheadings using assistive technology tools or plugins;
  • Skip to main content using tab on your keyboard;
  • Listen to most of the website using assistive technologies – for example text to speech tools and plugins, screen readers, and inbuilt phone and/or tablet functionality;
  • Navigate most of our online forms using just a keyboard.

We use simple colours and text to make sure that the content is clear.

What you can do

We are doing all we can to make the site as easy to use as possible. There are also tools available, designed to give you a better user experience. For example, you change the settings on your computer to suit your individual needs.

You can also personalise your experience using accessibility features already on your computer, or by installing software or apps. For example:

We know some parts of this website aren't fully accessible yet. We have many documents which date back a few years, and some older PDFs and word documents that don’t meet accessibility standards. However, we are working on this. If you wish to access any content but find it inaccessible please contact us and we will work with you to provide the content in a suitably accessible format.

To help us understand the problem as quickly as we can, please tell us:

  • the web address or title of the page where you found a problem;
  • what the problem is;
  • what computer and software you use.

All constructive feedback about the accessibility or usability of our site is welcome and we promise to consider it carefully.