As we know KSA's mean Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes. These have to be specific for the trainer we will require to train our workforce on literacy. So the Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes for the trainer are:Knowledge- obviously the trainers must have knowledge on the topic that will be trained, so the trainers must have a well developed knowledge of literacy and all aspects of literacy, from reading and writing. Also they have the required knowledge that they will be dealing with adults and their learning styles are way different to children. So they must know how to teach adults, understand how their learning ways are. So therefore, they must have extensive knowledge of how to convey what is being taught, so the instructional methods that is best suited. This could be lectures and discussions, broad presentations and give them case studies that will help increase their literacy.Skills-their skills have to be very good as they will conveying information to a large group. So they must be able to interact with the learners, allowing plenty of discussions and questions to be done. The information must be taught in a structured way. Also as we are wanting learners to be motivated, they must be lively and present themselves to the others in way that they want to listen to what they going to say next. So those are very important skills they must possess.