• The Flude Foundation

    Aims and objectives

Aims and objectives


  1. To develop the understanding of human development including the importance of the creation of awareness of gender differentiation and equalisation
  2. To develop an awareness of the importance of relationships for developing familial, commercial and community groups and the roles of both genders within those groups
  3. To develop a strategic learning curricula with flexibility to account for an individuals awareness and understanding
  4. To achieve a structure of goal settings based upon understanding of group process, reflective practice and relational development within community groups
  5. To develop multi agency working practices for the effective movement away from a nebulous (AMORPHIC) community structure
  6. To develop a curriculum for the understanding and acceptance of customary (Endemic) social structure based upon awareness, understanding of differentiation and equalisation of gender
  7. To develop a strategy for the Long term unemployed
  8. To create an awareness through exploration, of the difference between causes and solvable causes of community deficit
  9. Structural analysis from the bottom up and the top down for an empathic understanding and application of a standard operating procedure
  10. To create an understanding of conflict and the misuse of alcohol and substance misuse as a coping mechanism
  11. Human development in relation to Understanding managing and resolving
  12. The existence of micro communities and collaborative community groups


  1. The ability to understand differentiation and it’s application to different groups, communities and genders
  2. The ability to ensure the application of an agreed curricula for equalisation of gender in micro communities as well as collaborative family groups
  3. The ability to apply an agreed learning curricula beneficial to the individuals within any given demographic group
  4. The ability to create an understanding and an awareness of individual process
  5. The ability to accept an individuals understanding based upon their own constructs and phenomenology
  6. The ability to identify the existence of a cue within an individual in addition to the adoption of an avoidance program aimed at trigger minimisation