You will need to focus on one instruction at a time, and for quite a while until your budgie repeats on cue.
End before either of you gets tired. Perhaps, it is still afraid. It's easier to train a young budgie than an old budgie. The top of the cage will probably be your budgie's first port of call.
On his first adventures in the outside world, your budgie is likely to hop off your hand just as you try to withdraw it from the cage.
A budgie is a lively and chatty little bird. It needs to hop.
Pass a ball back and forth -- cat toys also work great for birds. Train your bird in short, positive sessions a couple times a day.
Do not pull your hand away if your budgie bites you. Do not chase after your budgie if he flies off of your hand after leaving the cage. Do not do a free flight, unless you have either practiced it with a harness, but if you don't have one then you could risk it but you would need to have practiced it in new indoor places, cause just like outside a new place can be distracting. Unlike us, budgies can forget their skills over a very long period of time, so practice the skills everyday or so to keep their minds sharp!
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Repeat this several times during a single day, with at least half an hour between attempts. Rotate toys after a month or so to discourage boredom.