This website has been developed to serve the largest possible audience, using the broadest range of systems and to consider any needs that users with disabilities might have.
You can control the look and functionality of this website, depending on your computer settings.
Most computers will have accessibility settings you can change including; the way the screen looks (e.g. changing; fonts, sizes, colours, etc), the way the keyboard or mouse works and possibly speaking and listening to commands as well as a range of other features.
As several organisations have already produced lots of very good content about how to make computers and websites more accessible, we have linked to these sites rather than duplicate this content.
Click on the ‘Start’ button, then ‘Programs’, then ‘Accessories’, then ‘Accessibility’
We are not able to give advice on all possible computer systems used, but we hope you find the links below useful. You should also consult your computer's documentation or supplier's website.
We are continuously improving this website to ensure that it meets the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines issued by the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI). The WAI website content guidelines, published in 1999 by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), are the globally used and accepted standard for website accessibility, by both the corporate and public sector. We are currently working towards the AA standard but are aware that we do not achieve this currently on all pages.
Tthe following links to can be found on every page of this website:
If you experience any problems with our pages, please contact us and we will try to provide you with the information you need. Please let us know which page (including the page address / URL) you experienced problems with, and if you have any suggestions for how we could improve this page.