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Accessibility Statement for Trauma Informed Schools UK Website and Online Training Delivery


This statement applies to the Trauma Informed Schools UK CIC Website and the delivery of online training. 

Trauma Informed Schools UK is committed to providing an accessible experience to all individuals. We want to ensure that as many people as possible can use this website and our online training and improving accessibility is a continuing process. Trauma Informed Schools UK have specifically ensured they are delivering a more accessible experience by using the following principles in the development of our website and training:

  • content is in clear and simple language so that it is easy to understand
  • text is fixed and there are no moving or flashing parts
  • contrasting colours have been selected to maximise readability
  • including alt text for images and non-text content to allow the use of a screen reader
  • closed captions are used on live online training and handouts are available for webinar videos
  • website formatting allows text to reflow into a single column when the size of the browser window is changed
  • drop down boxes are used to allow for easy reading of content and to prevent overcrowding of pa
  • navigation menus are logical and well ordered to ensure easy navigation to information
  • if forms are used, they will be formatted so that screen readers can read them 
  • adding captions to training videos with speech on request
  • slide handouts available in large print
  • treating individual requirements on a case-by-case basis within the training room
  • translating our supporting course materials into Welsh for Welsh speaking delegates
  • We provide written notes for all slide presentations


How Accessible This Website Is

There are some areas that this website could be improved to aid accessibility including:

  • Better keyboard control of pages 
  • Increased use of alt text
  • Older PDF documents updated for compatibility with screen readers

Trauma Informed Schools UK is also committed to achieving inclusion and equality for disabled delegates. We are happy to discuss reasonable adjustments for students with:

  • dyslexia or another specific learning difference
  • a sensory impairment
  • a physical impairment
  • a long-term health or mental health condition
  • autism
  • another long-term condition which has an impact on your day-to-day life and ability to access our training

This may include:

  • access to course materials
  • adjustments required within face to face sessions or online 
  • health and safety / physical access requirements
  • interpreters / live captioning


Feedback and Contact Information

If you need any information in a different format, please contact us on or 01752 278477


Reporting Accessibility Problems with this Website

We’re always looking to improve the accessibility of this website. If there are any areas that you find difficult to navigate that we haven’t listed, please contact our office team on or 01752 278477  Mon-Fri 9am-5pm and we will get back to you as soon as possible