We aim to make this website easy to use and accessible for everyone.
Contact us if you have trouble using our website - this will help us to make improvements.
We have tried to make sure this website is easily to read by using 'plain English'. We have also designed the website with usability and readability in mind.
The site has been tested in the following browsers:
- IE8 (basic) and above
Making your computer work for you
There are many ways you can change your browser, computer, keyboard and mouse settings to make the web more accessible for you.
The AbilityNet my computer my way guide has helpful advice on customising your computer.
Changing your font size and colour
People with a visual impairment may have problems reading the default colours and font sizes on this website. It is possible to change these settings so all web pages are displayed in a larger typeface and clearer colour scheme.
Adobe Acrobat - PDF documents
Some documents on this website are available in PDF format. You need to have Acrobat Reader installed on your computer to view these documents. The reader is free to download from the Adobe Reader download page.
Adobe provides advice on accessibility for those who have difficulty viewing documents in PDF format.