Swiis International Limited (consisting of Swiis (UK) Limited, Swiis Foster Care Limited, and Swiis Foster Care Scotland Limited) (hereafter referred to as “We”) recognise and value the diversity of all stakeholders.
This accessibility statement and inclusion policy applies to the systems and software we use to deliver interactive websites and online learning to staff, foster carers, children and young people, temporary workers and the public who are interested in the services offered by Swiis.
Swiis websites and software are designed to be used by people with a diverse range of hearing, movement, sight, and cognitive ability.
- To develop websites and use external online providers that aims to be compliant with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (“WCAG”) 2.1, so that we maximise website usage and in the case of online training, learner participation.
- To work with partners to create ever more accessible courses that maximise learner participation.
- To provide moderation to challenge any flagged language or behaviour of learners that may create an intimidating or hostile environment.
- To strive to design courses with learning objectives that are achievable, whenever feasible and reasonable, for learners with impairments and learners for whom English is not their first language.
- To identify and document aspects of course learning that may be challenging for learners with impairments so that learners can be informed of any challenges.
- To avoid any action that could amount to unlawful discrimination under UK law, including failure to make reasonable adjustments to learning materials where necessary.
- To develop courses that recognise, and represent learner diversity, so that learners can put in place or request adjustments that enable them to participate.
We are always looking to improve our accessibility. If you find any problems not listed on this page or think we are not meeting accessibility requirements, please contact email@example.com.