We have made every effort to make this site accessible and easy to use for everyone, no matter what browser you should choose to use, your speed of internet connection or if you suffer from any disabilities.
All pages on this site should be valid to HTML 4.01 Transitional the only exception being a <NOINDEX> tag used to eliminate repetition of navigational links within search results - the site also uses valid CSS (Cascading Styles Sheets).
There are no links that open in new windows.
Tips for Screen Reader Users
How ORSA web pages look
The top of the page contains the ORSA logo, which you can always click to return to the home page, and the site essentials - Home Page, Join Us, Latest News, Contact Us and the Search facility.
Below this, the page splits into two areas:
1. The left-hand (Navigation) area contains section-specific navigation down the left-hand side of the page which will take you to the main sub-sections and pages of that part of the website.
2. The main area (Content) is where you’ll find the text of the page you’ve browsed to.
For example, if you browse to the Resources homepage:
1. The Navigation area will contain Resources-related menu items like: Resources List and Training Providers.
2. The Content area will show Resources content.
Navigating the site
Jump to Main Content - skips past all navigation to the main text on the page
Jump to Navigation - jumps to the top of the Navigation area
Jump to Search - jumps to the search facility
Searching the site
To use these keys in Internet Explorer, hold the Alt key and the desired page key at the same time. In some browsers you may then need to press the enter key. On Macintosh, you can press Ctrl and the accesskey.
0 - Accessibility
1 - Home Page
2 - Skip the navigation and jump to the main page content
3 - Jump to Navigation
4 - Search
5 - Help
6 - Jump to Navigation
7 - Copyright and Disclaimer
Contact the Web Manager via the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org