For just starting out and not preparing for a specific competition, I would suggest just having a dedicated event training day every week, and practice a carry, stones, and an overhead press on that day. That would be a loose template. You could always swap in or add a throw, or a grip event, but that’s a good general way to do it. Then when you get signed up for a comp and know the specific events, you can focus on those.
Deadlift training, however you’re doing it, should translate well to whatever your specific deadlift event is. Just get used to straps if you aren’t already, and maybe throw in different pick heights, and use an axle bar from time to time. deadlift training is not complicated.
You will almost always see either an axle or log press. So learn both. Maybe on your event day, just alternate between the two every week. The cleans on both implements are very different from barbells, and will take time and effort to learn. Put a lot of work into this.
You’ll almost always see atlas stones as well. Stone training is CRUCIAL. The best strongmen are all excellent at stones. The strength and power required to lift atlas stones translates well to EVERYTHING. I would highly recommend practicing these once a week.
And always include a carry, because they show up in every show as well. Vary it between the following: carries you hold in your hands like farmers and frame. Yoke. And then front carries like hussafell, sandbag, and keg. You could even practice these in a medley form while you’re learning them so you can get practice with multiple implements each week. So something like 30m runs with a yoke followed by 30m back with a sandbag, or something like that.
However you structure it, you’ll get stronger and you’ll learn the events. That’s all that really matters.
I practice events every training session now, as my training is ALL about strongman at this point. You’ll likely progress to that type of format at some point, but the way I outlined above is how I started and it was very effective.