In creating this website we have committed to follow and exceed the best practice guidelines that have been compiled, recognised and recommended jointly by governments, disability organisations and computer specialists.
We are actively working to increase and improve the usability and accessibility of our web presence and in doing so aim to meet our legal and moral obligations to users with disabilities and to the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA). We appreciate that every user is different and there may still be accessibility issues remaining. If you find any issues then please e-mail: [email protected]. We will then assess what can be done to rectify this problem. Detailed below is some information pertaining to accessibility organisations, standards and features of this website.
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has set standards for the robustness, quality and conformity of the back end code that has been used to build this website. The HTML 5 code has been checked for accessibility and the CSS has also been validated.
By utilising Web Accessibility Initiative guidelines this website has attained AA level conformance with their guidelines. These guidelines help break down the barriers of accessibility for users with disabilities to access web content.