When it comes to the instruments, try this book:
Start with a gen surg major tray and build from there. That is how I started. This book is pretty good and has a lot of pictures in it. I have several other tool books for OR but this one is the best by far. Even my clinical educator saw it and was amazed - she ordered a bunch of copies for the other new people, when I was new.
Alternatively, you can get that above book with another one here:
Alexander's covers the basics, including but not limited to: instruments and surgeries, patient preparation, positioning, sutures, etc. It's a great basic book, one that I got for myself just after completing my perioperative program. Wish I would have had Alexander's instead of the Berry & Kohn I was required to get. Oh well. I learn, I manage, I survive and I carry on to nurse another shift.