We have designed this site accessible and intuitive to use. This page describes the approach we have taken. If you experience any difficulties while accessing our pages, please contact us describing the issues experienced and we will endeavour to resolve them.

1. Accessibility Standards

The aim of this website was to be designed to be fully WCAG Priority 1 Compliant and partially Priority 2 compliant.  All pages on this site use structured semantic HTML markup, allowing for consistent styling and increased usability for users of assistive technologies. All pages should validate as XHTML 1.0 Transitional, however as this is a regularly updated site this may not always be the case.


2. Page Rendering

This site uses cascading style sheets (CSS) for visual layout. If viewing this website in an older or unsupported browser, disabling cascading style sheets (CSS) may improve your experience. Please view your browser’s help documentation for more information.


3. Browsers

The pages within this website have been verified to render as expected on the following browsers


Internet Explorer 

The content contained within this website can be accessible by all users, albeit minus styling.


4. Text Sizing

To increase usability for all users, this website allows the user to increase or decrease the size of all text through their browser. You can access your browsers font size settings through the ‘View’ menu in most cases, however this varies from browser to browser. Please check your browser’s documentation for further information.


5. Images

All images used on this website include descriptive alternative text where necessary. If the image is purely decorative, then an empty alt attribute will be applied (“”).


Further information

If you require further information regarding our stance on accessibility, or are experiencing difficulties, please contact us and we will be happy to help.