This website is designed and tested to work on the two most recent versions of all major desktop web browsers.
PDF files look like a printed page and are used for downloads of documents on this website. Most computers will open PDF documents automatically, but you may need to download Adobe Acrobat Reader. You can download the latest version of the reader from the Adobe website for free.
When you select the link to a PDF, it will open in a new browser window.
A toolbar will appear below the browser address bar, featuring a number of tools to help you view and search the document. If you need further help visit the Adobe Acrobat Reader help and support web site.
This website is built with WordPress, a popular open source framework that uses responsive design to change the page layout for different screen sizes.
We make every effort to ensure this website is easy to read by using plain English. Where possible we use language which is clear and straightforward, avoiding technical language.
The text size for this site can be changed using your browser.
The following applies to desktop and laptop computers and not tablets or mobiles.
PDF documents: most computers will show these automatically. If you need the software you can download the free PDF reader from the Adobe website.
You can change the language of this website by using Google Translate. If you are using the Chrome browser, these features are already built in. If not, you can download a Google Translate toolbar.
If you have comments or would like to suggest improvements to the website, please email our communications team at firstname.lastname@example.org