We are always looking at ways to make our website accessible to everyone including those who use assistive technology for their visual and audio needs.
Our commitment to accessibility includes using in-house and external specialists. We do this by asking external accessibility specialists to review our designs and ensure they meet the World Web Consortium’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1.
There are three levels of accessibility (A, AA and AAA) and we aim to comply with level AA across the SRA website and the mySRA portal.
We are constantly reviewing and updating our website and will strive to fix issues in upcoming releases. If you experience, or know about, an accessbility issue on this website or mySRA please report it to us.
Known accessibility issuesOpen all
If you are using a screenreader, when you enter your password the screenreader will read out the password hint prompt.
On the mySRA login page users of assistive software may be presented tabs in a different order to how they look on the page.
Our website and mySRA portal are accessible on all devices. If you need to customise your computer to help with accessibility needs, you may find the BBC web page my web my way useful.
Adobe PDF documents
The information on this website is mostly published in HTML, but some documents and forms are published in Adobe PDF format. These can be read on all major operating systems with the free Adobe Acrobat reader.
If you want one of our PDFs in another format, please email our contact centre.
Please use www.sra.org.uk/accessibility to link to this page.