Accessibility on our website

Users with impaired vision may choose to use their browser's zoom functionality to zoom into the page content, making it easier to read, by holding down the "Ctrl" key (or "Command" key on Mac) and pressing "+". This website is designed to apply responsive styling based on screen size and browser zoom level. The site responds to page zoom by increasing the text size and adjusting the layout.
 
This website provides keyboard accessibility, ensuring that all website features can be accessed and controlled using the keyboard. Navigation order is designed to be logical and intuitive, following the visual flow of the page. "Skip to content", "Skip to navigation" and "Skip to search" shortcuts are also available to keyboard users using the Tab key and for use by screen readers.
 
This website is designed to be compatible with screen reader software. Clear and logical layout, "Skip to" shortcuts, tab indexes, visible focus states, aria labels, alt text and other considerations have been made to improve the site's usability for screen reader users.
 
Design considerations have been made to ensure adequate colour contrast through primary controls and actions, meeting WCAG 2.0 Level AA compliance. Colour is not relied on as the only source for conveying information to the user, but is used to highlight what is already visible and presented to the user. Form fields have visible labels with descriptive error messages.