The department is committed to making our online services and information accessible to as many people as possible.
Creating and maintaining an accessible website is an ongoing process so if you notice anything that does not meet accessibility guidelines or you are experiencing problems accessing content for any reason, please contact us at email@example.com.
If any information or service provided by this website is inaccessible to you, we will attempt to rectify the problem, and provide you with any information you require in an alternative format.
Getting around the site
You can navigate to any section of our site using the section heading bars across the top of each page. The main sections of the site can be reached via the bar at the bottom of every page. You may also find the arrow keys and page up/page down buttons on your keyboard more useful for getting around the pages if you prefer not to use a mouse.
You may find that your accessibility needs can be enhanced by features on your Internet browser.