Accessibility Statement
We want our site to be accessible to everyone. That’s why we are working towards achieving level double-A with the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.

Document Formats
Most of the publications and documents on this website are available in PDF format for easier reading and printing offline. To open the PDF documents, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader which you can download free.
 
Navigation Aids
Search: The home page and all internal pages include a search box. The shortcut key to access this is ALT+ S. Advanced search options are also available.
 
Breadcrumb:
Each page has a ‘breadcrumb’ link to help with navigation, and to show where the page is in the website. For example, in the image below, you are on the ‘Compliance’ page in the section on ‘Early Education and Childcare’ – which is in the section called ‘Beneficiary Support’.
 

 
  
Accordion
 
This site uses accordion-style Click & Reveal menus – to improve page navigation. Some pages contain a lot of text and the accordion style means you can see what’s there without having to scroll down through the entire page.
To view the content, simply click on the title of the header to reveal the text. You will notice all headers will change colour where the accordion is present. (Example Funding Programmes)
 
 
 

Reading Aids
To increase the size and zoom select the View option from your browser > Select Zoom > Select Zoom In

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Alternatively when viewing a page use CTRL and + to Zoom in. Please note the above example is for Internet Explorer and steps may vary depending on the Web Browser in use.


Text Size
To increase the size of the text select the View option from your browser > Select Text Size > Select Larger