E-file Formats

Sue DaySusan Day is the subject lead for the E-file formats group.

Susan has been a Director of Connect for the last 10 years – a company which specialises in the modification and transcription of educational resources for young people with a print impairment. She works closely with representatives from national organisations and awarding bodies both nationally and internationally in the field of education. Sue is a Qualified Teacher of the Visually Impaired (QTVI) and has worked in management positions in mainstream schools and still spends time in schools with children and young people with a print impairment. Sue is very keen that young people who have a print impairment have access to high quality accessible formats.

The UKAAF minimum standards documents are free to download in doc, docx PDF formats and are listed below. To obtain an electronic version, simply select the UKAAF  document you wish to access and you will then be taken to the UKAAF download page where you can download it.

Hardcopy versions of UKAAF’s documents in print, large print, synthetic audio and braille are available to purchase (14 day delivery). UKAAF members benefit from being able to purchase these at a reduced rate. To enquire about purchasing accessible format versions please contact admin@ukaaf.org.

MS04 Minimum Standards: Accessible PDF for Assessments

MS04 UKAAF Minimum standards Accessible PDF for Assessments – PDF
MS04 UKAAF Minimum standards Accessible PDF for Assessments DOCX
MS04 UKAAF Minimum standards Accessible PDF for Assessments DOC

G019 Accessible PDF for Assessments

G019 Accessible PDF for Assessment PDF
G019 Accessible PDF for Assessment DOCX

Guidance for the Production of Source Documents For Transcription

Guidance for the Production of Source Documents for Transcription DOCX
Guidance for the Production of Source Documents for Transcription PDF