The following Accessibility guidelines relate to this site.
Our aim is to make access to the information and functions on this the Victorian Government Careers accessible for all visitors. We provide online information in a format that makes it accessible to the broadest and most varied audience. This includes those with a disability.
This site meets these requirements and It complies with the World Wide Web Consortium's Level 1 Priority of Web Accessibility Initiatives.
As this site is mainly text, there's no text-only version. Instead, we use alternative text to describe graphic appearance and function. The text size can be adjusted in View on your browser.
This site displays adequately on all common browsers and can be operated via accessibility hardware or software.
If you have any format or accessibility problems, please contact us.
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Access to some files on our site may require the installation of the following viewers.
Adobe PDF is a universal file format that retains all the elements of a printed document as an electronic image that can be viewed, navigated, forwarded to others, or printed exactly as it appears on screen, using the free Adobe Acrobat Reader software.
Converting a PDF to text
A conversion service offered by Adobe that will convert to text Adobe PDF files that are in English and most West European languages. Visit: www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/access_onlinetools.html
You can choose how to submit a PDF Format document and the document format you want it converted to (html or text).
You may also request from us a suitable version of a document. Please send an email with the title of the document you require, its location or URL on our website, and whether an MS Word or RTF (Rich Text Format) document is preferred.
Please send the details of your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Links indicated by the Word icon will open the document using the word processing package you have loaded on your computer.
With the free Microsoft Word Viewer 97/2000, if you do not have Word you can open and view Word documents within your browser.
If you are experiencing problems opening a download file (such as a PDF or Word file), try saving it to your computer before opening:
- Right-click on the link to display the shortcut menu (or Control+Click on a mac)
- Select 'Save Target As' from menu (or 'Download link to disk' on a mac)
- Browse to the directory where you want to save the file
- Select 'Save'
- Navigate to the directory where you just saved the file and double-click to open it.