This website has been designed to conform to World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0.
These guidelines provide recommendations on how to make web content more accessible for people with disabilities. If you experience any difficulty accessing our site, please let us know.
This website has been optimised to the most popular web browsers under use. We recommend you download the latest version of:
- Google Chrome, Microsoft Internet Explorer®, Apple Safari or Mozilla Firefox when accessing this website via a desktop or laptop, or
- Apple IOS or Google Android when accessing this website via your favourite mobile or tablet device.
Fonts, styles or colours
The site has been designed to be readable across all devices, with high contrasting colours. However, if required, you can change the size, font and colour of the text through your browser settings - please refer to your browser's help via the links below, for details on changing these settings:
Navigating with a keyboard
Most features within the website can be accessed using your keyboard – please refer to your browser's help for details on keyboard shortcuts using the links below.
Viewing PDF files
We recommend installing the free Adobe Acrobat Reader Software to view PDF brochures and forms.