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Below are links to websites associated with All Formats transcriptions, as well as some other websites which may be of use.

Click here to visit the Queen Alexandra College websiteQueen Alexandra College
Queen Alexandra College is a national college for people aged 16+ with visual impairment and other disabilities. The college is based in Birmingham and aims to create challenging learning opportunities for people with visual impairment and/or other disabilities.
Click here to visit the Queen Alexandra College website

 

Click here to visit the All Formats Charter website

All Formats Charter
The All Formats Charter was set up in response to feedback from visually impaired people that all too often they cannot obtain the information they need, in a format they can access. The All Formats Charter helps organisations to become more aware of their obligations under the Disability Discrimination Act and encourages them to improve access to their information for visually impaired people.
Click here to visit the All Formats Charter website

 

Click here to visit the All Formats Braille and Tactile Signs websiteAll Formats Signs
All Formats Signs is a QAC enterprise producing professional signs, banners and badges for companies all across the United Kingdom. All Format Signs specialise in producing high quality Braille and tactile signs.
Click here to visit the All Formats Braille and Tactile Signs website

 

Click here to visit the Q A C Sight Village websiteQAC Sight Village
QAC Sight Village is the United Kingdom’s premier exhibition for showcasing the technology, support and services available to people who are blind or visually impaired. Events are held across the United Kingdom and attract a large number of visitors ranging from blind and visually impaired people to businesses looking to better provide for their visually impaired customers.
Click here to visit the QAC Sight Village website

 

Click here go to the iCycle websiteiCycle
iCycle is a cycle retail and repair shop based in Birmingham and is also a QAC enterprise. iCycle offers a comprehensive range of the latest bicycles, accessories and spare parts. The shop provides an expert repair and maintenance service for all manner of cycles.
Click here go to the iCycle website

 

Click here to visit the Revolution Advantage Graphite Canes websiteRevolution - Advantage Graphite Canes
QAC is the UK agent for Revolution – Advantage graphite canes. Advantage graphite canes are high quality lightweight canes which have many advantages over traditional canes. They are available in many different types and sizes and can be supplied with a variety of different tips.
Click here to visit the Revolution Advantage Graphite Canes website

 

Click here to visit the Feelgood Fitness Centre websiteFeelgood Fitness Centre
Feelgood Fitness Centre is a fully equipped gym that serves both QAC students and members of the local community. The facility has been designed to meet the needs of a diverse user base including wheelchair users and people with limited mobility.
Click here to visit the Feelgood Fitness Centre website

 

Click here to visit the UKAAF websiteUKAAF
The UK association for accessible formats is an industry association which helps to set the standards and best practice for providing quality accessible information. It also helps to enable businesses and organisations deliver the highest quality service to meet the needs of people who are unable to access regular print.
Click here to visit the UKAAF website

 

Click here to visit the Equality and Human Rights Commission websiteEquality and Human Rights Commission
The Equality and Human Rights Commission is the statutory body which holds the responsibility of protecting, enforcing and promoting equality on the grounds of disability. Their website contains information regarding disability discrimination.
Click here to visit the Equality and Human Rights Commission website

 

Click here to visit the Disability Discrimination Act websiteDisability Discrimination Act
This government website contains full information on the Disability Discrimination Act.
Click here to visit the Disability Discrimination Act website