Accessibility for our digital services

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Accessible digital services
We want you to be able to use our services in your own way

Inclusive standards

We want our web content and online systems to be inclusive and accessible to all.

Accessibility statements 

Our accessibility statements will help you get the best from our site, offering advice on using the site, and listing the known accessibility issues.

We test content with a wide range of users on different assistive devices to find improvements.

How’re we doing?

New content is published all the time, so please let us know if you spot any issues or have feedback:

Staff: make sure your work is accessible

Do you know how to make sure your documents, images or videos meet accessibility standards? Use our accessible content guides.

Legal requirements 

The Public Sector Bodies (Websites and Mobile Applications) Accessibility Regulations (2018) requires us to make sure all our digital content meets Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 AA standard by September 2020.

Designing an inclusive user experience

Inclusive design is one of our key user-experience principles. 

More about how we practice inclusive design for our websites and online systems