Accessibility

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Browser Compatibility

This site has been developed to work with all browsers on all platforms and be accessible to and usable as many visitors as possible.

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If you’re unable to view the downloadable PDFs on this website, please download Adobe Reader by clicking on the link below and following the instructions or contact the College directly on mcc@mcc.wa.edu.au.

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Accessibility Information

This website is designed to be as accessible to as many people as possible, including persons with a disability and people living in remote locations.

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has produced the Website Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0) to assist website designers, developers and administrators in producing accessible pages and content. There are three levels of accessibility compliance; Level A, AA and AAA.

This website, web.mcc.wa.edu.au, aims to achieve at least Level A compliance on all pages.

The accessibility features on this site include:

  • Access to all content on the website using the keyboard only, by pressing the ‘Tab’ key to navigate between links, form fields and interactive components.
  • Functionality for increasing or decreasing the text size.
  • Descriptive text for images (ALT text) that can be read by assistive technologies.
  • High contrast colour scheme to assist users with visual impairments.
  • Use of lightweight images and design elements to decrease load times.

If you are having trouble accessing any of the pages or sections within this site, please send an email to mcc@mcc.wa.edu.au.

Access Keys

Access keys are keyboard shortcuts that replace the need to use the mouse for navigation in browsers that support them.

In Internet Explorer, Chrome on Windows, you can press ALT + an access key, then press Enter to activate the link; on Macintosh, you can press CTRL + an accesskey.
In FireFox on Windows, you can press ALT + Shift + an access key to activate the link; on Macintosh you can press CTRL + an accesskey.
In Safari on Macintosh, you can press CTRL + an accesskey to activate the link.

The following access keys are available throughout the website:

Information for users with disabilities

Whether you have a minor vision impairment or significant motor impairment, here are some resources you might find helpful:

The BBC’s Accessibility Help page provides comprehensive assistance with changing browser, computer, keyboard and mouse settings to make the web more accessible. There is information available for Windows, Mac and Linux users.

Media Access Australia provides information and service keeping people up-to-date with the world of accessible media. Their New Media section covers a wide range advice on how people with disabilities can use computers and the Internet.