Enabling inclusivity. We are dedicated to providing an accessible, inclusive and user-friendly online experience for all our website users.

Using our website

We understand how important it is to make our website accessible and user-friendly for everyone. That's why we're putting in a lot of effort to ensure that people with disabilities can easily navigate and use our website. We're following the guidelines set by the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) to make our website compatible with adaptive technologies like screen readers.

To achieve our accessibility goals, we're implementing the following strategies:

  • Maintaining a consistent layout and navigation structure throughout the website.
  • Using HTML to structure the content logically with headings, paragraphs, and lists.
  • Opting for plain backgrounds to improve text readability.
  • Choosing color combinations for foreground and background that have enough contrast and don't pose problems for individuals with visual impairments.
  • Adding alt attributes and meaningful titles to images, ensuring accessibility for those who rely on them.
  • Making sure that hyperlinks have descriptive and meaningful text, avoiding vague phrases like 'Click here'.
  • Always providing alternatives to scripts or controls that rely on specific device capabilities.
  • Using plain and straightforward language to communicate effectively.
  • Writing in a style that is easy to understand.

We're committed to continuously improving the accessibility of our website. We'll regularly update this page with any modifications we make to enhance accessibility.

Navigation assistance

We've designed our website to be user-friendly, making it easy for you to find the information you're looking for. In case you need help, we have dedicated help pages, site maps, and contact information available.

Screen reader compatibility

We understand that not everyone uses a traditional browser, so we've made sure our website works well with screen readers. We provide text descriptions (alt tags) for images and use descriptive links whenever possible. Additionally, we avoid using frames, as they can be challenging for screen readers and specialised browsers to interpret.

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