If you are using 'The Socialize Method' then you will need a resource that can teach you how to train specific Basic Obedience commands, such as 'Sit', 'Down', 'Stand', 'Heel', and 'OK' or 'Free. Wag! Walking's Training Resources page is one such resource. Another option is to join a local obedience club or class, that teaches the basic obedience commands that you would like to train your dog how to do.
You will also need a variety of environments where you can practice encountering other dogs, other people, and crowds of people. Friends, family, or neighbors with friendly, well-socialized dogs that you can practice interactions with would also be helpful, as well as dog savvy volunteers who would be willing to interact with your pup and give her treats for calm behavior. You will also need a crate and interesting chew toys, such as hollow Kongs that can be stuffed with food. You will also need grooming supplies, such as a brush, toothbrush, and nail clippers, to practice grooming your dog with.
If you are using 'The Stand For Exam Method' then you will need a table to practice on. Something such as a coffee table, breakfast table, fold out table, or buffet table should work well. The table that you choose should be large enough for your dog to stand on. If the table that you are using is slippery then you will also need an anti-slip mat. Something such as an anti-slip mat for use in a bathtub, under a rug or in a cabinet or drawer, or possibly a yoga mat, should work well for this. You will also need a collar and leash or a slip leash. If you are struggling to keep your dog on the table and handle and reward her at the same time, then you will need an assistant. You will also need several people who will, one at a time, practice handling and rewarding your dog once she is comfortable being handled by you.
If you are using 'The Walk Method' then you will also need a treat stick. You can create a treat stick out of anything that is one to two inches in diameter, and long enough to reach from your left hand to the front of your dog's face while you are standing up straight with your dog on your left side. This length is typically two to three feet long, depending on the height of the person and the dog. You will also need peanut butter or squeeze cheese to use as a reward, and a very small container to hold the cheese or peanut butter. You will also need a crowded or semi-crowded location to practice walking with your dog once your dog is doing well in a calm location.
With all of the methods, you will need a positive attitude, patience, and the ability to make training fun for your dog.