Global Learning accessibility statement
Through its Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI), the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is promoting a greater degree of web access for people with disabilities. To help support this effort, Global Learning's website was constructed to comply with the accessibility guidelines developed through the WAI. This site has achieved Level AAA compliance with the WAI's accessibility guidelines — meaning that all priority 1, 2, and 3 checkpoints were adhered to in its construction.
Global Learning's website has been designed to be compatible with most web browsers and operating systems, and a range of viewports (a technical word to describe the available window on the device that you are using to view this site). To that end, we have designed the site to use a 'liquid layout', meaning that the elements of each page will expand to fit whatever viewport and magnification that you choose to use.
If you use assistive technology (such as a Braille reader, a screen reader, TTY, etc.) and the format of any material on our website interferes with your ability to access the information, please use the following points of contact for assistance. To enable us to respond in a manner most helpful to you, please indicate the nature of your accessibility problem, the preferred format in which to receive the material, the web address of the requested material, and your contact information.
Follow the links available via the 'Contact' menu, or if using the password-protected site, please use the 'Feedback' link.
Specifically, for American clients, we comply with the requirements of Section 508 of the US Rehabilitation Act. Section 508 requires that we make provisions to permit individuals with disabilities to have access to and be able to use of information and data that is comparable to that provided to those without disabilities — unless an undue burden would be imposed upon us to do so.
For UK clients, we comply with the spirit of the UK Disability Discrimination Act's intention of making content accessible to people with disabilities.