We aim to make our web site accessible to people with disabilities in accordance with the Disability Discrimination Act 1995.
It is our intention that the site meets the World Wide Web Consortium's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0.
This site is written using valid XHTML and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets). The site is also usable with style sheets disabled if you prefer, or with your own stylesheet.
Text size can be increased by clicking on 'Large text' at the top of the page.
Alternatively, text can easily be resized using browser controls. Usually, the 'View' menu of your browser will contain commands for changing text size. Some browsers allow you to change text size using the Control (or Command) key and the plus and minus keys (or the mouse wheel if you have one).
Some material on our website is provided in PDF Format, and can be accessed using software such as Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you do not have a PDF reader on your computer you can download Adobe Acrobat Reader via the following link.
For disability access, PDF files may be converted to accessible web pages using the Online Conversion Tools for PDF documents.
Each link to another website opens that website in the same browser window, not in a new browser window. To return to our website, select the browser back button.
If you have any difficulties accessing the content of this site, please e-mail our web designers.