We have designed this website to be accessible to as many users as possible and we seek ways to improve accessibility regularly. We have made efforts to make this site accessible to as many people as possible. However if you notice something that can be improved please contact us.
This site uses HTML headings to organize page content. Some assistive technologies will allow you to navigate from heading to heading using a keyboard shortcut.
We have broken up large blocks of information or text into several smaller chunks for easy reading. Text is legible and the size can be modified using the method listed below.
You can modify the size of the text using the controls in your browser. In Internet Explorer, select Text Size from the View menu item. Then choose the preferred size. If you have a wheel mouse hold the control key down and scroll up and down to adjust the text size.
All images used on the site include 'Alt' tag descriptive text alternatives. This allows users to see what the image is meant to convey even if it doesn't load, if images have been switched off or if a screen reader is being used to read the web page.
We provide a web accessible link at the top of each page which allows the user to skip over the navigation to the beginning of the main content.
All Navigation is Consistent across all pages.
All links note when a user is leaving the site and when it opens the page in a new tab.
We use HTML list mark-up to create bulleted and numbered lists.
Page layouts expand and contract to fill the browser window.
We provide a site map page for easy navigation of each page in the site