Accessibility Statement for any web enabled interface
Ashridge is committed to equality of opportunity for all, irrespective of their gender, ethnic origin, sexuality, religion, disability or age.
We have attempted to use plain English throughout this website. Learning materials for specific programmes are grouped together.
that may restrict people from accessing web content include blindness, colour blindness, dyslexia and lack of fine motor control (Particularly difficulties related to using a PC mouse).
People with disabilities may need to use assistive technologies such as screen readers, Braille displays, voice recognition software, alternative keyboard/mice etc to view web pages.
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) provides Web Content Accessibility Guidelines to assist developers in creating readily accessible web pages.
In accordance with these Guidelines, Ashridge websites conform to Priority 1 of these Guidelines and aim to meet most points from levels 2 and 3. If you see functionality on the Ashridge website that does not conform to Priority 1 or 2, please contact us by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can investigate the problem.
You can use your browser to adjust the size of the text. This can be done usually by pressing the CONTROL button on the keyboard and then pressing '+' to make the text larger, or '-' to make the text smaller. CONTROL and '0' will put the text back to its normal size. Alternatively...
- In Internet Explorer, go to View -> Text Size
- In Firefox, go to View -> Text Size
- In Safari, go to View -> Make Text Bigger (or Make Text Smaller)
Older PDF files are not easily accessible. Though there are several legacy PDFs on Ashridge sites we are working towards a providing all PDFs as PDF 7.0 and providing alternative versions of each document.
If you have any difficulties accessing information on Ashridge websites please contact email@example.com and we will be happy to provide the information in an alternative format.
Ashridge is committed to monitoring and reviewing the scope and operation of all areas of its practice and procedures to ensure that it is compliant with the law and best practice. Ashridge welcomes feedback from users of its websites on any aspects or areas for improvement.