Welcome! Do you have an avian vet all set up for him/her? Do you have a name? If possible, I would work on the command 'step up' since that will become super useful, and I tip I learned from an African Grey owner;
When you are going to do something to the bird, it's best to 'warn' them whenever possible. Don't suddenly touch them or move them or do something you know will be alarming to them, use a word or action to communicate. For example, if I want to offer scratches to Older Birb or Younger Birb, I will say 'Scratch? Scratch?' and do a particular finger gesture. If it gets a response in the positive, I can offer scratches with less chance of being bitten or simply the animal running off. If I get no response or a hostile one (Younger Birb is parent reared and isn't hand-friendly lol but she let me scratch her recently!) then I know not to go ahead. Same with some other things I know might confuse or frighten them like moving their entire cage to hoover it; for that I go with 'You ready? Ready?' that way they know to brace for something happening. Likewise I use reassuring words if something happens like fireworks, or use codewords. Believe it or not, I had to reassure them when I first moved to this area that the huge vehicles they could suddenly see out the window weren't a danger!
You'll also find you'll probably have some words or rituals that are just for you and your birb that don't make sense to anyone else, but it's a nice thing between the two of you. For example, Older Birb makes a little noise when she's yawning, and I like to say 'ooo yawny birb' or a single whistle back to her. It hasn't caught on with Younger Birb, who doesn't make the noise!
TOYS TOYS TOYS! Find out what toys your bean likes! I thought my birds didn't like toys for years as a baby owner, but realised it was paper and shredding toys my pair needed, and man do they LOVE shredding toys! Experiment, find out what your birds do and don't like!
Make sure to keep a good mix of perch types and widths to exercise your beans feet!
Try all sorts of SAFE fruits and veg with your birb, but please do not be surprised if they don't like fruit; cockatiels seem to be pretty notorious for not liking fruit much, if at all (no cockatiel I've owned ever liked fruit for more than one experimental bite. Younger Birb outright thinks raspberries are scary) but they should be good to try vegetables such as broccoli and carrots. Look up sprouting for parrots as well, gotta love your sprouts!