Do a push/pull/legs split. Great way to get used to both heavy compounds and isolation lifts.
6x a week.
3 Days on 1 Day off.
This gives you 4 days of rest between each day/phase of training.
As a beginner, you don't use heavy enough weight to warrant longer than 4 days of rest.
As a beginner, you don't use heavy enough weight to warrant a body part split.
Choose 2 basic money/compound exercises per body part and 2 accessory exercises per body part.
E.g. Chest: Flat Bench, Incline Bench - DB Flyes, DB Decline Bench.
For a push day you need to hit your chest, deltoids and triceps. This totals 6 money exercises and 6 accessory exercises.
This is a lot of exercises. So you could split the day into two sessions.
Bench will probably utilize the triceps somewhat as well as the deltoids. So I recommend doing 1 money exercise and 1 accessory for each muscle other than the chest.
If you are bringing up deltoids give them the most exercise attention. Same for triceps.
Do 3-6 work sets for each money exercise.
Do 3 work sets for each accessory exercise.
Do 6-10 reps for each money exercise.
Do 8-12 reps for each accessory exercise.
Lift as above, Eat then repeat.