Our aim is to have an accessible website that meets the needs of our members, stakeholders and other users, whilst complying with government standards.
As such, we have built the site to comply with the A (priority 1) and AA (priority 2) standards set by the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0.
We have take a number of steps to improve access, including:
- a button to increase the font size at the top right of every page
- text alternatives for any visual content such as photos or logos
- compatibility with a range of common browsers
- consistent navigation across the site
We will continuously review the website to maintain this level of accessibility. Where issues arise, we will endeavour to fix the problem.
We cannot guarantee the accessibility of content of any external content we may link to.
Viewing documents on our website
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