I do not have a tutorial but I have some tips..
I decide where I would like the brad placed..then I punch a hole first so I do not mess up my paper. You can use a paper piercer if you want. When I do mini brads, I use a paper punch that was a hand held that squeezed together. It was tiny. It was the exact size of the mini brad. I fogot..I just bought the new WRMK brad piercer/setter tool last month & it is awesome. That is a good tool for you.
I use a push pin to make the hole to get a brad started in the paper or cardstock.
I like to use brads to hold down my vellum ~ I make a design with rubber stamps for the front of a card, then prepare a piece of vellum to go behind it as a back ground. Attach the vellum to the card, then glue or use more brads for the design.
I also like to make photo corners with brads
One thing I have a great time doing is using a brad as the center of a flower(stamped or die cut)
Hope someone else likes trying these things out, it's fun to do and easy with brads! Yes I am a brad addict and cannot stop using them
I keep a small mousepad on my desk with a bulletin board pushpin stick in the side of it. That's what I grab when I want to set brads. One hint I'd offer is this: After you turn the prongs of the brad out, take something (I use the end of an Acco knife) and give an extra push on the back of the brad. That will indent the prongs in and they lie nice and flat.