Accessibility Help

Customising your experience

This website aims to meet the international WCAG 2.1 AA accessibility standard, that explain how to make web content more accessible for people with disabilities.

We have made our site as easy to use as we can. To help you have an even better experience, we have created the guide below on how to change the settings by browser so you can tailor it to suit your individual needs.

We are always looking for ways to improve our web accessibility. If you come across any problems accessing our website, please contact us.

Any Browser

 

Translation

  1. Visit google translate here, making sure it is selected to website
  2. Select the language you want to translate to
  3. Pop in our website address https://cptraininghub.nhs.uk/

Increase text size

You can use keyboard shortcuts to magnify your screen, zooming in and out. (Use Ctrl for windows and Command for Mac)

  1. To zoom in press Ctrl and + (plus)
  2. To zoom out press Ctrl and – (minus)
  3. To return to default size press Ctrl and 0 (zero)

Google Chrome

 

Live Subtitles for Video/Audio

  1. Select the three dots to the right of the web address on your chrome browser and select settings
  2. Select Accessibility
  3. Switch on Live Captioning
  4. Head over to the Training and Video section of our resource library. Hit play on any video and you will see a pop-up box with live captioning

Google Extensions

You can add extensions that convert text to Audio so once installed will read the web page aloud or font replacement extensions to make the web page Dyslexia Friendly. There are many free extensions you could install to suit your individual needs.

  1. Select the three dots to the right of the web address on your chrome browser and select settings
  2. Select Accessibility
  3. Select Add accessibility features through the Chrome web store

You can find more advice here: Google Chrome

Microsoft Edge

 

Text to Audio

To read the web page aloud press Ctrl, shift and U using Windows. Use Command, shift and U using a Mac.

Accessibility Options

  1. Select the three dots to the right of the web address on your edge browser and select settings
  2. Select Accessibility

To read more about the accessibility options, visit the Microsoft website here.

Microsoft Extensions

  1. Select the three dots to the right of the web address on your edge browser and select extensions
  2. On the Microsoft Edge Add-ons Select Accessibility
  3. Install the free extensions to suit your individual needs

Apple Safari

There are accessibility adjustments for vision, hearing, mobility, and cognitive needs. You can find more information and how to apply these options here: Mac accessibility

Please be aware, some of our content is not supported through Safari browser, such as videos played through vimeo under the resource library.

You can also amend your settings via your Mac system preferences, select Accessibility. For example here you can convert text to audio by selecting VoiceOver and enabling, you can also access this via the shortcut Command F5.

Windows 10

You can find advice here Windows 10 accessibility