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Our ICT is accessible and usable by disabled people and we also make adjustments for individuals.

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ICT | Word

Accessibility describes the degree to which a product, device, or service is available to as many people as possible; encompassing people with a broad range of abilities and impairments.  This guide reviews the major accessibility standards so that readers can decide which are relevant to their organisation’s needs. 

ICT | Word

A step by step guide to making Word, Excel and Powerpoint 2010 (or later) documents accessible to various assistive software (AS) IT packages.

ICT | Word

This Technology Taskfroce guide sets out the basic requirements of accessibilty training for anyone working in an IT role.

ICT | Word

We will establish our performance baseline using the Business Disability Forum's Accessibility Maturity Model. We will work to practical, easy to communicate accessibility requirements based on existing formal standards and will consistently go beyond minimum compliance to bring greater benefits to our business. 


We will routinely consult with disabled employees, customers and experts to ensure that we understand the impact of our technology on: talent management, employee productivity and our diverse customer base. 

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