This is a question I get quite often, so I thought it might be useful to write a quick summary about it: Voice traffic is divided into the voice flow itself and some control traffic (mainly statistics). Voice traffic is usually (in the Cisco world) tagged CoS 5 (802.1p), or DSCP 46, AKA Expedited Forwarding (EF). This is 802.11 AC_VO priority level 6. But what about Voice control? You will read in some places that it should be tagged DSCP 26, and in other places that it should be tagged DSCP 24... so what should we do in the wireless world?
First of all, the easy part. Voice control is less time sensitive than the voice flow, because it does not carry voice sound, just statistical information about the voice flow. So you can miss a packet or 2, no big deal. But if you miss too many of them, the phones won't be able to interpret the quality of the line anymore, and your call will drop. So this information is "critical" but "less urgent" than the voice flow. It is tagged 802.1p 3, and belongs to the AC_VI tag 4 for the wireless side.
Now the more delicate part: what DSCP should it have? So here is the story behind it, as I remember it (am I that old?): Cisco used to recommend setting voice signaling to AF 31 (DSCP 26). They thought that tagging voice control this way was appropriate, because it allowed for the same class 3 as the 802.1p value, while still setting a drop precedence (1), which is what the strength of DSCP is about.
But they were criticized because people were saying that systems using IP precedence instead of DSCP could not really use the drop precedence (value 1) and just the IP precedence PHB part (3), so using AF31 was not the best choice ever.
After years of hearing that complaint, Cisco released new good practices and new tables showing that in fact voice signaling should slowly be changed to DSCP 24, which is CS3 (so there is no drop precedence and a complete match between the DSCP value, the IP precedence value and the 802.1p priority level). That was a couple of years ago. But of course in between the same complaining customers had already implemented the AF31 tag, and started complaining again, this time about migration issues, stating that if the systems were fully DSCP it didn't really matter, etc.
So today, the new recommendation is DSCP 24 for voice control, DSCP 26 being still largely accepted for migrated implementations.
So which one should we use in a training scenario?
The bottom line is that in a lab environment, 24 is better but both 24 and 26 are fine.
If you know the story, you can decide that this is a new implementation and you set 24, or this is a migrated implementation and you keep 26, or you can ask which one is preferred to your dear proctor... but he may then remind you that this is the CCIE Wireless, not Voice, and that it does not really matter to judge your wireless skills... :-)