Accessibility statement

If you visit our accessibility settings page you are able to adjust the font size, type, spacing and the contrast of the page.

Accessibility Information

The site has been designed with the view of creating a web experience that is simple, engaging and accessible to all. In our accessibility settings page you are able to adjust the font size, type, spacing and the contrast of the page to help improve this experience. 

PDF documents

PDF is a common file format (PDF stands for Portable Document Format). It is widely used for government publications, leaflets and forms.

Viewing PDF files

We recommend that the free Adobe Reader software or Adobe Acrobat is used to view and print our PDF forms. Many internet browsers and other software can be used to view PDF format files, but we cannot guarantee their compatibility or functionality.

Are PDF files accessible?

PDF file standards have improved over the years and have become more accessible through technologies like screen readers, navigation through the keyboard and enhanced screen viewing. The Adobe site provides information on how best to use these features. You may come across earlier versions of PDF files which are not so accessible.

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