SEPI’s Website is committed to guaranteeing the accessibility of its data to all its users, regardless of their physical, cognitive, or technological capabilities.

This statement includes those pages which are under the domain and excludes those pages which take us to third parties links, as well as the contents which are attached to but which come from other servers.

The Website has been created on the basis of the patterns of accessibility to the contents supplied by the WAI (Web Accessibility Initiative) a body setup by the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium), for informing, researching, and promoting the work for making the Web accessible.

The WAI has established three accessibility levels; "A", "AA", and "AAA", reaching each level to meet certain guidelines or norms. Currently, SEPI meets the accessibility level corresponding to the “AA”.

Were you to have any problem during your visit due to accessibility or usability problems, we would be very grateful if you informed us about it. We also encourage you to tell us any suggestion which you might wish to make regarding these questions. Your personal experience could be an important contribution to the Portal continual improvement.

With the goal of guaranteeing the maintenance of these accessibility criteria, a verification test using the TAW (Web Accessibility Test) program has been carried out of the Web's pages.

For meeting the intellectual accessibility the protocol NI4 has been followed, which is based on the pages standardization, research, integration, intercommunication and interactivity.

The functions specified below have been included in this Website with the aim of facilitating its being accessed by differently-abled persons:

Navigation short-cuts

The tab key allows you to skip directly to the most fundamental links which appear on each page, following a logic order.


We have differentiated the combinations of letters and backgrounds in this Website, making sure that the information is presented in a clear way, regardless of those conditions.

Letters size

This Web gives you full control with regard to the size of the letter applied to its contents. In order to change them, please use the Visualization display on your navigator.

Style pages

This Web uses Style pages (Cascading Style Sheets) for viewing its contents. However, the use of structural "tags" in its code allows to view and easily understand those contents in those cases in which your navigator does not accept such Style pages.


All the form fields follow a tabulation logical order. Labels have been associated to all the fields in order to facilitate the understanding of the data requested in each case.


This Web can be viewed, navigated and used without having to use Javascript.


The text of all the links shows their meaning clearly.

Screen resolution

Minimum screen resolution recommended is 1024x764 pixels, although other resolutions are also valid.