I assume it would be like any other deck. Did your deck come with a starter booklet about the cards' meanings? I'd read up on that and do a few readings using the start book as a reference.
Though, a more in depth approach would to be to meditate on each card and write down what it means to you in a tarot book. Use that as a reference for your readings.
If you're completely new and have no idea what to do, I'll give you a how-to... excuse the cheesy rhyme scheme.
New Deck Cleansing
For any new deck, you want to cleanse any previous energies from it. This can be done using moonlight, salt, a special way of shuffling, etc. http://www.tarotelements.com/4632/caring-for-your-tarot-cards/ is a helpful link! Though, I like to use my pendulum for a quick, easy cleansing when I need it (:.
Spreads are the arrangement in which cards are laid out in a reading. Each position means something. There are numerous spreads out there, the go-to beginner being the Celtic Cross. You can also make your own spreads. Google up different spreads to get started.
Step one- Come up with a question. It should be open ended.
Step two- Pick a spread.
Step three- Shuffle your cards while meditating on your question and spread arrangement.
Step four- Lay out the cards in the spread you picked.
Step five- Analyze the card meanings and how they relate to their spread positions.
Step six- Thank your cards, cleanse if needed, and put them in a safe place.