Accessibility

​​This site is produced by Training Sector Services. It aims to provide comprehensive information about the VET Sector, specifically in a Western Australian context. It has been designed to be accessible to as many users as possible, including:

  • people with disabilities who may use assistive technologies,
  • those with slower internet connections,
  • rural and regional users, and
  • those with hand held devices and mobile phones.

The accessibility features available on this site include:

  • instructions for resizing text, and
  • instructions for printing pages.

Please note that documents provided on the web site can also be provided in other formats. Please contact us​ to request alternate document formats.

No plug-ins are required to use this website.

If you would like further help with accessing websites, you can find more information at Media Access Australia's web browser help page.

Text resizing

You can make the text larger or smaller on this site by using the text resize options in your browser.

Internet Explorer or Firefox

  • Click on the View menu in the top-left of your browser window.
  • Click on the Zoom item in the menu.
  • Click Zoom In to make the site appear larger, or Zoom Out to make it appear smaller. There is also a Reset option if you would like to return to the original appearance.

Chrome

  • Click on the spanner icon in the top-right to open the customisation menu.
  • Find the Zoom area. It has a percentage of zoom number, with plus and minus buttons to either side of it.
  • Click the plus button to make the site appear larger, or the minus button to make it appear smaller. You can also click these buttons to return the site to its original appearance.

Safari

  • Click on the page icon in the top-right of your browser window to open the Current Page menu.
    Find the Zoom item in the menu. Moving your mouse over it will open a sub-menu.
  • Click Zoom In to make the site appear larger, or Zoom Out to make it appear smaller. There is also an Actual Size option if you would like to return to the original appearance.

Printing a page

This website has been designed to print neatly from your browser window. To do this, you can use your browser's print options.

Internet Explorer and Firefox

  • Click on the File menu in the top-left of your browser window.
  • Choose the Print item. Your browser will open a window which will show the printers your computer is connected to.
  • Click on a printer in the list to select it. Then press the Print button (Internet Explorer) or the OK button (Firefox) to send the current page to the printer.

Chrome

  • Click on the spanner icon in the top-right to open the customisation menu.
  • Click the Print item on the menu to open the print preview window.
  • A drop-down Destination menu will show the printers your computer is connected to. Click on one to choose it, then click the Print button above it to send the current page to the printer.

Safari

  • Click on the page icon in the top-right of your browser window to open the Current Page menu.
  • Click the Print item to open a window which will show the printers your computer is connected to.
  • Click on a printer in the list to select it. Then press the Print button to send the current page to the printer.
  • people with disabilities who may use assistive technologies,
  • those with slower internet connections,
  • rural and regional users, and
  • those with hand held devices and mobile phones.

The accessibility features available on this site include:

  • instructions for resizing text, and
  • instructions for printing pages.

Please note that documents provided on the web site can also be provided in other formats. Please contact us to request alternate document formats.

No plug-ins are required to use this website.

If you would like further help with accessing websites, you can find more information at Media Access Australia's web browser help page.