Accessibility Policy

Five Areas Limited recognises the importance of making its digital services available to the largest possible audience and has attempted to design each of their websites (“Site) to be accessible by everyone. This Site was coded to comply with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0. AA Standard. Users who wish to view these specifications can do so at: http://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG10/

We are committed to making all of our Internet documents accessible to everyone. To ensure that we meet or exceed the recognised requirements we continually review our Site and modify pages to remove accessibility problems for people with disabilities. Many documents on our web pages are in ASCII or HTML format, accessible to people who use screen reading software and to those with other vision or mobility impairments. Generally, we use Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) to create pages and documents that are accessible to that segment of our readership. In creating HTML documents, we follow W3 standards.

Currently, our Site also contains documents in Adobe Acrobat PDF (Portable Document Format) files; many people who use screen reading devices can`t read them. To solve that problem, Adobe Systems, Inc. is developing several products designed to make PDF documents more accessible to screen reading software. Adobe`s accessibility web pages (http://access.adobe.com/) describe their efforts.

We also provide elsewhere some Five Areas Limited publications in alternative formats for people who are blind or visually impaired. Please contact us for further details.

Five Areas Limited works extremely hard to ensure that all web developments meet with international guidelines of accessibility. Although we cannot guarantee that all users regardless of disability can access our information or services, we can however guarantee that any user who cannot access our information will be offered assistance by our staff to do so.

Difficulty reading?

1). Try accessing the course using a browser on a smart TV – the added screen should help make the text size e.g. of books and worksheets easier to use
2). The course video versions include video- but also narration that teaches the key skills.
3). Try the audio-visual modules and focus on learning using the audio
4). Pdf versions: We have made available shortened versions of the booklet content for many of the key books at https://llttf.com/resources/llttf-information-leaflets These can be read using a pdf reade. However for copyright reasons we unfortunately can’t provide the pdfs of the full books.
5). Upcoming: We have a new version of our platform in development which should allow screens to be expanded/magnified.
6). We can  Print and post you single page pdfs of the books at cost price for individuals who have paid to upgrade the course. These are £2 per little book.
7). The books are available as kindle and apple books both of which have accessibility functions – see www.llttf.com/ebooks.

 

Difficulty hearing:

1). We recommend using our book versions of the course.
2). We are exploring adding closed captioning to our videos but this is unfortunately not available as yet.

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