We’re working hard to ensure that as many people as possible can use our website, no matter what their ability.
We’ve made every effort to make this website compatible with assistive technology. The site should be usable by recent versions of assistive technologies including JAWS (Job Access With Speech), NVDA (Non Visual Desktop Access), ZoomText, and Dragon Naturally Speaking. It should also be usable by screen magnifiers and speech recognition software found on your operating system. We've also added digital inclusion software, Browsealoud, making our content more accessible with reading and translation support.
How to get the most accessible experience
We understand that many people will need to customise their experience to suit their individual needs. To help you get the most from your experience, we have provided a bar at the top of every page. This bar has tools that allow you skip to the content, change the size of the text, and change the colour scheme.
Make the text bigger
Reading text on a screen is not always easy for some people. The font size tool allows you to customise the size of the text to make it easier to read. Press the A button to make the text bigger and the A- button to make it smaller. Press the reset button to change the text back to the default size.
You may also be able to use your browser to change the text size.Find out more about changing the text size in your browser (opens in a new window).
Change the colours
Although we’ve tried to use colours that would make it easy to read, we know that some people have trouble with reading text on certain colours. The contrast tool lets you choose between three additional colour schemes that use high contrast colours. The white on back and black on blue schemes might be more suitable if you have low vision. The black on yellow scheme might be easier to read if you are dyslexic.
You may also be able to use your browser to use your own colours. Find out more about using your own colours with your browser (opens in a new window).
There are a number of Adobe PDF (Portable Document Format) and Microsoft Word documents on the website. If you are having trouble opening these files you may need additional software:
If you need extra help
If you need extra help in using computers, the web and assistive technologies, we recommend you visit BBC My Web, My Way (opens in a new window). This site has videos and information to help you use the accessibility features of your computer and shows how to make it easier to use the web.
Whilst we've tried to ensure this site is accessible, you may encounter some limitations. Although we always aim to communicate in clear and simple language but this isn’t always possible. Some content may by technical in nature and may require technical understanding. If you do find there are parts of the website that are inaccessible, please let us know (see below).
Let us know if you are having difficulties
If you have any difficulty using our website or spot any problems, please send us your feedback. We’re happy to hear from you and your feedback will helps us make our site better. If you need some advice on what to write, please read this guide (opens in a new window).
Brandon Trust aims to meet the highest standards in accessibility. This website has been designed and developed with all users in mind. The site has been reviewed by accessibility experts and tested thoroughly.