The East Berkshire College website has been designed to be equally accessible to all web users. This statement gives information about accessibility features, and levels of conformance to industry standards.
Access keys are keyboard shortcuts that provide links to important areas of the site. This website uses the UK Government recommended access keys.
The DisabledGo website for disabled people, provides free access guide information for shops, services, hotels, pubs, restaurants, universities, colleges, schools, doctors, dentists and hospitals across the UK. DisabledGo access guides to goods and services have been specifically designed to answer the everyday questions of disabled people, their assistants, carers, family and friends. The aim is to use access information to empower people to break down the barriers to full inclusion within the community. The DisabledGo East Berkshire College Access Guide provides free detailed access information for disabled people in our venues. All access information has been collected in person by DisabledGo’s team of surveyors. Use DisabledGo to make direct enquiries about access of our venues and decide whether they will be accessible to your individual needs.
BrowseAloud is a free tool that speech enables website content. It offers a practical website access service to people with reading difficulties and those who find it easier to listen to, rather than read the content of our website.
It assists in the navigations of our website for the following sections of the population:
- Those with low literacy and reading skills
- Those where English is not the first language
- Dyslexic people
- Those with mild visual impairment
All pages on this site conform to the following standards where possible:
- W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines Single A. All pages on the site have been reviewed and comply with all priority 1 guidelines to the best of our knowledge.
- XHTML 1.0 Transitional. All pages on the site have been validated against the XHTML 1.0 Recommendation.
- CSS. All style sheets have been validated using the W3C CSS Validation Service
For more accessibility help online please look at My web my way from the BBC, a comprehensive guide and resource for making the web easier to use for everyone.