Training is important in building and improving skills and knowledge of people. In the US, 40% of adult are functionally illiterate, and experts have defined literate as individuals who have acquired a sixth grade education or level (Bihlander, et al: 2001). According to Sierra & Rico (1996), performance of primary school teachers in Spain who acquired specialty training in mathematics, music and foreign language improved. In the UK, newly qualified teachers serves probationary period of one year, upon being monitored and supported for development, are encouraged to join in-service training to pursue continuing professional development relevant to their own responsibility and development of the school (http://ww2.prospects.ac.uk!p/types_of_Job/primary_schooljeachers_training.j sp) According to Ministry of Education, Pakistan (1999), primary school teachers don’t have sufficient opportunity for in service training on a continuous and regular basis. This account for the poor performance of teachers. Only a few primary school teachers from public sector do attend the limited number of in service training after 5 years on the job.