We have taken all care to ensure our website complies with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (commonly known as WCAG 2.0).
Under these guidelines, all information on our website must be accessible and usable for people of all abilities, including older people and those with visual, hearing, cognitive or motor impairments.
What is WCAG 2.0?
WCAG 2.0 is a series of international standards from the Word Wide Web Consortium. This organisation creates guidelines and supporting criteria for the web based on consultation with various interest groups including software developers, private enterprise, governments, and members.
WCAG 2.0 identifies techniques to create and manage web content in ways that are more accessible to people with disabilities for example through assistive technologies like screen readers. Websites that are more accessible are also generally more user-friendly to everyone.
We are committed to making our site as user-friendly as possible. We will continue to develop, evaluate, and improve the usability of our site to ensure our users' needs are being met.
Many people use assistive technologies such as screen readers or screen magnifiers to help them view, read, and navigate a website. To ensure our site delivers a valuable experience for all users and works well with newer technologies, the site has been reviewed for accessibility against the WCAG 2.0 requirements.
We have built and modified the site to support the accessibility needs so that we become more inclusive to a wider audience online.