It took some persuasion but Pip has learned how to fly to the playstand from my hand. He did not really like target training so it was hard at first but I figured out a way to get him going. I used the millet as a lure like always but held it so that the playstand was easier to land on then my other hand. He picked up that it was a good thing to land on the playstand with praise pretty quickly. I then hid the millet in my hand and just used my finger to tap the playstand and said "over here" it took him a bit to get the courage but he did it. I kept on having him fly to the playstand then back to me over and over it was great fun for both of us. (He eventuality learned just to go by me pointing to the stand and saying "over here" at the end so we could get distance)
We stopped the training for a few hours then Pip decided to start making circles on his own from the cage and back to it. I thought now is my chance and tapped on the playstand and said "over here"... he did it!! He now knows how to fly to and from his playstand and just loves his flying lessons. (Now he has only done this once but I hope he starts comes out on his own and flying over to the playstand by my chair.. we will keep working on it ofc)
It is much harder to train them without a pointer but he never really liked the clicker it seems that verbal praise with a treat he enjoys though. We just have to figure out ways around it. I use "yes, good boy" and make it louder when it is something really great then give him his millet to take a bite of.
Oh, he has also learned that the bells on his toys are fun to ring. He has had a hard day of flying and is taking a nap right now as I post this...