We are committed to making the information and resources provided via our website accessible to the widest possible audience. To enable this, we follow widely accepted 'best practice' principles for design and usability. You can easily adjust the site in a number of ways to fit your needs.
Customise the site to fit your needs
In order to make this website easier to read and navigate, you can change display settings such as:
- Text size
- Colour and contrast
- Screen magnification
- Style sheets
The BBC's website "My Web My Way (BBC Website - open in new tab)" offers help on adjusting these and other features in your specific operating system and browser.
The website is built using XHTML and CSS, according to W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) standards. It is designed to be in line with recognised best practice, such as the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).
We have endeavoured to follow current Web Accessibility Initiative (W3C WAI) guidelines and look to ensure that Conformance Level "AA" all Priority 2 checkpoints are satisfied.
WCAG 1.0 has 14 guidelines that are general principles of accessible design. Each guideline has one or more checkpoints that explain how the guideline applies in a specific area. Further information is available on how the guidelines are organized.
A number of documents are available on this site for download. Each document has the file size stated alongside it, allowing the user to estimate how long the file will take to download via their internet connection. The file type is also displayed, often as a application icon.
Some files are in PDF format and therefore the user may wish to install PDF reading software like Adobe Acrobat Reader (Adobe website - open link in new tab) which is freely available to download.
Whilst all attempts are made to ensure that downloaded files from this site do not contain any virus material, the user downloads files at their own risk. CBM will not be held liable for any data loss or damage made to any device as a result of downloading from our site or from any third party linked sites.
The site is best viewed in a browser window that is wider than 800 pixels.
We continue to make further improvements and enhancements to our accessibility features according to feedback. Please let us know of any problems you may have encountered, or of any features that you have found particularly useful. Contact us here.