We aim to make our website as inclusive as we can by ensuring key information on this site is accessible to as many people as possible. However, we recognise that we are not perfect and we welcome your feedback on improvements we could make. If you have any difficulties in accessing areas of the site using adaptive technology (such as screen or braille readers), or if you have any additional needs, please let us know.
Where possible, this site is developed to meet with Priority 1 recommendations in the W3C’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0.
Many modern web browsers support keyboard shortcuts (access keys), enabling you to jump to certain pages on this website. This is particularly useful for people who have problems using a mouse (or for those users who want a convenient shortcut).
The main sections of our website can be accessed using access keys. On Windows, you can press ALT + an access key followed by ‘return’. On a Macintosh, you can press Control + an access key followed by ‘return’.
Here is a list of access keys for our website: