TasTAFE is committed to making information accessible to all members of the Tasmanian community, including people with a disability.

Accessibility is at the heart of our commitment to ensuring everyone can access and enjoy our website. We strive to create an inclusive online environment that is welcoming and usable by all, regardless of their abilities or disabilities. We continuously work to adhere to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 (WCAG), to provide an equitable and accessible digital experience for all visitors.

This site is designed to render across all modern desktop, mobile and tablet browsers (latest stable releases).

If any information or service provided is inaccessible to you or you are experiencing problems accessing content for any reason, please contact us.

The Tasmanian Government and accessibility

For more information about how the Tasmanian Government is improving access to information and services for people with disability, read the Tasmanian Government Disability Framework for Action.

Each Government agency is required, as part of its strategic and business planning, to prepare a Disability Action Plan (DAP) that documents the way in which the commitments specified in Accessible Island will be met. You can read TasTAFE’s Disability Action Plan here.