Using this website
It is the aim to make the usage of this website as easy and also as accessible as possible. You should be able to:
use a screen reader, to be able to hear the website
navigate using a keyboard, for most of the website usage
change website colours to suit you, also contrast levels and font sizes
zoom up to 300% without the text or images disappearing from your screen
All text and any images will have an "alternative text" and "title text" option (allowing alternative text to be viewed after the computer mouse, hovers over an area).
We found that Ability Net is the best on-line resource to allow you to make those change options concerning website accessibility.
The website text is written in plain English to allow for easy and uncomplicated communication. The content is readable for all reading ages and those with basic knowledge of the English language. Additionally, we use the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 (for more information, please see the website: W3C Web Accessibility). Furthermore, this website follows UK Government guidelines for accessibility requirements, (for more information, please see the website: Understanding new accessibility requirements for public sector bodies or for a detailed account: www.legislation.gov.uk.
If you require further accessibility access please email: email@example.com.
Sign language readers can use the on-line resource: Text to sign language converter.
Another on-line resource available is the use of: Google Translate.
This website follows the: W3C Web Accessibility guidelines and also the: Understanding new accessibility requirements for public sector bodies guidelines. Therefore and as this website is not representing a public body it voluntarily follows the guidelines as good practise. However the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) is responsible for enforcing the accessibility regulations. If you are not happy with the website accessibility, then please contact the Equality Advisory and Support Service (EASS).