About the Website
This website has been developed using current best practice guidelines on website accessibility. We are constantly trying to improve the website to make it accessible to more people. We have made every effort to make the website accessible to the widest possible audience regardless of ability. It has been designed to make access as easy as possible for people with disabilities who may have special needs.
Wherever possible we have:
- Provided equivalent alternatives to audio and visual content.
- Ensured that text and graphics are understandable when viewed without colour.
We are committed to our website being accessible to all of our users, and will continue to carry out further improvements.
This site uses access keys. Access keys are keyboard shortcuts on a web site that give a user quick and easy access to areas of a site using the keyboard instead of the mouse.
- H: Home
- 1: School Leavers
- 2: Higher Education
- 3: Apprenticeships
- 4: Adult Skills
- 5: Employers
- 6: International
- K: Accessibility (This Page)
The combination of keys on the keyboard you need to press varies depending on the web browser and operating system you are using.
If you are using Internet Explorer, pressing the ALT key in combination with the access key will give focus to that specific link on the page. Press Enter to select that link.
Chrome on Windows is the same as Internet Explorer but without needing to press Enter
If you are using Firefox in Windows pressing ALT and SHIFT at the same time as the access key will send you to that page.
Visit this wikipedia entry to find other combinations.
College Accessibility Services
- Royal National Institute for the Blind (RNIB)
- UK Government Disability Site
- BBC Accessibility Guides