This website is designed to be as accessible to as many people as possible and aims to meet Level AA compliance of the World Wide Web Consortium's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0. We recognise that achieving a truly accessible service is a continuing journey for websites. We regularly review the website and encourage feedback on ways to improve the design and content that ensures an effective end user experience for all.
No responsibility is taken for the accessibility levels of external websites linked to / from this website.
If there is information that you require and it is in a format you cannot access, or if you experience any other accessibility difficulties, please contact us.
Helpful hints for using this website include:
We recommend you use the latest version of your chosen browser to best view this website.
Access to menu items can be navigated by pressing the 'Tab' key if you do not have access to a mouse. Other navigation aids used on this website include the Skip to main content link at the top left corner of each page, breadcrumb trail links, heading style use, meaningful links and descriptive attributes on images.
You can search our website using basic or advanced search via the engine in the top right header to help you find the information you are looking for. A whole of WA Government search may also be useful to you.
This website is fully responsive and has been designed to be viewed at various resolutions, across devices and by various web browsers.
You may choose to increase/decrease the font size by holding 'Ctrl' or 'Command' and either pressing +/- (plus or minus) on your keyboard or scrolling with your mouse until the text is a suitable size.
Different browsers will allow you to customise the colour scheme and contrast levels to suit individual needs. Helpful information on the different browsers and methods for customising the font colours and background colours can be found on the BBC's My Web My Way.
To view the PDF files available for download on this website you may require Adobe Acrobat Reader which you can download for free via the Adobe website.
For those not fluent in the English language, most browsers provide translation options that you can set in the preferences section on your chosen browsing device.