Based on my own experience, I think there's a big difference between being competent at acting and being competent at social interaction. A big part of being competent at social interaction is attention and a degree of sincerity (even a charlatan has to be sincere in the sense of recognising and genuinely responding to what matters to the mark). Acting has a performative element that I think is different. I think it's quite hard to pretend to be engaged with a situation that you know is not real.For social interaction, we don’t see formal training as often, so it’s hard to judge. Maybe consider learning to act?