You can adjust the size of the text displayed in your browser. To do this in Internet Explorer, click on “Tools” and use the “Zoom” option to make the font bigger. If you are using Firefox, click on the “View” menu, then select “Zoom” and either “Zoom In” or “Zoom Out”. In Chrome, click on the spanner symbol in the top-right corner to open the “Page” menu. The “Zoom” setting then appears and you can use it to increase or decrease the font size. With all these browsers, you can also zoom in and out by pressing “Ctrl” and either “+” or “-” on your keyboard.
To open PDF files you will need a PDF reader, such as Adobe Reader.
As far as possible, content is provided as accessible documents. If you are not able to access documents that you require, please get in touch with us using the contact form. We will do our best to make the content available to you in a suitable format.
The basic structure of the site separates navigation from content and remains consistent on all pages to allow for ease of navigation.
There are two options for navigation. The main navigation bar is located at the top of the page and allows access to all the website’s main content areas. The navigation footer at the bottom of the page contains all links for top-level and second-level navigation.
Move your cursor over the main navigation bar to access drop-down menus. Use these to select the relevant topic.
Another way to find information is by typing your search term into the search bar. Further details on this can be found in the Search section below.
Further information, contact details and external links are all listed in the service navigation menu at the top right of the page.
The videos available on our site are hosted externally by YouTube and Vimeo. To watch the videos you will need either the latest version of Flash Player or an up-to-date browser.
You can download Flash Player here:
Due to country-specific copyright laws or companies’ own internal internet usage policies, these video sites or specific videos may be blocked for some users.
Audio files can be played directly from the website in a specially provided player, which requires the latest edition of Flash Player.
On every page of the website, you can use the search bar in the top-right corner to search for specific terms. Type the relevant keywords into the bar and then click “Search”.
The results page will show all matches. You can then choose to refine your search by filtering the results. You can filter by content type and by media type.
Your search request is supported by the Autocomplete function, which checks your input for similar key words and generates suitable suggestions as you type. If you make a typing error or if there are no matches for your search, the system will suggest a correction to help you find the information you are looking for.
A third option is to press “Ctrl” and “p”, which also opens the print dialog box.
This website has been developed with a large emphasis on accessibility. Should you have difficulty accessing content, please get in touch with us using the contact form.