Our website is coded to W3C standards (XHTML and CSS) and aim to comply with Priority 2 of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.
You can see all the available pages on the Sitemap.
Pages can be accessed through your keyboard by using the 'access keys' assigned to pages.
The access keys for the main pages on this site are as follows:
Home - 1
About us - a
Membership - m
Resources - r
News - n
Events - e
Contact us - c
To use the access keys you need to use them in combination with one or more other keys, i.e. alt, ctrl or cmd. The combination depends on the browser you are using, e.g.:
Internet Explorer 8+
Alt + access key
Alt + Shift + access key
Cmd + access key
Documents available to download from our website, tell you how big they are (file size) and what type of file it is.
To view pdf's, you will need a pdf reader, such as Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is available free from the Adobe website and you may already have a reader installed on your computer or device.
What do you think?
We welcome your feedback. If you wish to give us any feedback about the accessibility of this site or the website in general, please contact us.
"The text size can be increased by zooming in, click the A's at the top of the page to do this."