Accessibility

Accessing our site

This site is designed to be accessible to the widest possible audience regardless of disability, capability or technology. 

The objective of this site is to follow the W3C's Web Content accessibility Guidelines 2.0, level A and the Web accessibility initiative (WAI)

Javascript

Please be aware that our website requires javascript to function correctly. If you are having problems using any site functions please ensure that javascript is enabled in your browser.  Please refer to your browser’s help section for more information.

Site compatibility

This portal has been designed to be responsive and therefore adapts to virtually any screen size. It's been tested on the latest browser versions, as of 28th March 2017, of Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Safari and Mozilla Firefox running on a Windows PC, Apple Mac and mobile platforms such as Tablets and Mobile Phones using iOS, Windows and Android operating systems.

Please be aware that  this portal may not work correctly if you are accessing it on older or outdated device, browser or operating system.

Increasing the content size

All major browsers have zooming in / out functionality available. The way to achieve this varies depending on the browser or device you are using. Please refer to your browser / device’s help section for more information.