As someone who played the game for 7 years, spent the majority of time in “Elite” corps and alliances, I can confirm that it’s not that hard.
For gang/fleet PVP you need to be able to follow simple commands quickly, which is actually more about tricks sorting your overview than actual skill, a reaction time faster than a turtle, eyesight above 5/20, and literacy so you can read target names.
I had thousands of kills, most of the time I didn’t even know who I was shooting or why. FC says shoot X, I shoot X. He says warp to Y, I warp to Y. that’s most of it.
The biggest challenge is having a fat SP pool so you can fly whatever the corp/alliance needs. The rest is familiarity with the UI and basic game patterns.
The only gameplay in EVE that truly requires skill is solo pvp.
The only thing that harder than that is is mining. You need lvl 5 “suicide prevention” and lvl 5 “not going mad from starting at a rock for 40 minutes”.