Are you really looking to practice some survival skills. This is a big question. Do you prefer being the armchair survivalist with all the knowledge or would you like to get out into the world and become proficient at survival, bushcraft and woodsmanship? There is no better way to improve than doing some long term remote camping. A few nights in the deep wilderness with the wildlife and all the risk is just what you need to stay fresh.
Remote camping requires planning and it requires you being able to recognize threats. This article does a great job at lifting the veil on a remote camping trip. It starts with planning and ends with safety concerns. Take my advice and get out into the woods more often. The more remote the better. You will condition yourself to performing when there is no help around. It will best mimic the survival situation.