Web accessibility

Web Accessibility Statement

Our website uses CSS (cascading style sheets) to separate the content from the style/design. This aids accessibility by making it easier for the user to read pages with assistive technologies.

We have also designed the site to be ‘print friendly’. The left menu and horizontal navigation bar are excluded when you print a page.

Access keys

These allow you to navigate to pages directly using your keyboard.

  • Internet Explorer 6: Alt + access key letter + Enter
  • Firefox for PC: Alt + Shift + access key letter
  • Firefox for Macintosh: Control + access key letter

Access key letters are:

h – Home
n – News
e – Events
c – Courses
u – About us
f – Contact/Find us
n – New courses
p – Print
r – Resources

Text size

You can change the text size with the file menu in your browser:

  • Internet Explorer 7 (PC) Page > Zoom
  • Internet Explorer 5, 5.5, 6 (PC) View > Text Size
  • Firefox, (PC, Mac) View > Text Size
  • Opera View > Zoom
  • Netscape 6, 7, Mozilla View > Text Zoom
  • Safari (Mac) View > Make Text Bigger
  • Camino (Mac) View > Bigger Text

Contact us

If you experience any difficulty in accessing information contained in this website, please contact us at the following address:
[email protected]
Once we receive your email, we will log the problem and pass your query and contact details to someone who will then contact you and give you the information you want.