This site has been designed to be as accessible as possible for most visitors. We hope you find this to be the case.
An access key is an assigned keyboard shortcut used with hot keys in web sites. Hot Keys were not considered in the construction of this website as there are many problems associated with this technology that does not necessarily help with accessibility. Many hot key combinations are reserved by browsers and operating systems and are also not universal across all browsers.
Text Size & Contrast
All text has been set using relative values meaning it can be increased or decreased in size by a visitor's browser (by either using the 'zoom' or 'view' tabs in the tool bar or holding the 'CTRL'/'Command' button while scrolling the mouse wheel). High contrast values between text colours and background colours have been used to aid legibility.
ALT tags are provided for all images where they convey textual information (such as the menu tabs). Where possible these types of images have been avoided. Good practice has been used throughout this site in XHTML mark-up and the design of Cascading Style Sheets.
A site map is provided to quickly help show the sections and information on this website