Functional Religious or Spiritual Skills

In public special education when a student reaches an appropriate age an opinion is generally formed as to the future direction of that students life. If a determination is made that the student will likely attend postsecondary education then a greater focus is placed on academic skills. On the other hand, if it is unlikely the student will attend postsecondary education then a greater emphasis is placed on more functional skills such as job training, cooking, grooming, etc...

Whether or not this decision is appropriate and when it should be made is a separate discussion. My question is whether or not there are functional spiritual skills that should be taught to students is religious education settings. When should there be more of an emphasis on practical worship skills in lieu of becoming a gospel scholar? If so, what might some of those functional skills be for different religious organizations?