Last Updated: Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Accessibility

The College is committed to making its resources available to everyone.

Disability Equality Scheme

The creation of the College's first Disability Equality Scheme will help us meet our general duty to promote equality. Any comments and feedback relating to the scheme are welcomed.

Website Accessibility

The College is committed to making its resources available to everyone, including those who may have difficulties using mainstream Information Technology. As such, this web site has been designed in accordance with guidelines published by the World Wide Web Consortium, ensuring general good practice in web design, and also providing compliance with the Disability Discrimination Act 1995.

Following these guidelines, we use presentation technologies to ensure that our site is accessible not only to people using standard web browsers, but also to those using other user agents, such as large-text or speech browsers.

Website Standards Compliance

This web site has been validated as complying with the XHTML 1.0 and CSS standards.

We strive to make our site Triple-A (AAA) Compliant and in some areas we have met the requirement guidelines set out by the W3C's Web Accessibility Initiative. Across the site as a whole, we claim Level A compliance with the guidelines. If you have any comments on the accessibility of this site, please e-mail the webmaster.

Our statement of compliance explains the measures we have taken to follow the WAI guidelines.

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