Is Skittles 5/6 weeks old, or you have had him for 5/6 weeks?
Skittles looks very cute but 5/6 weeks is very young, birds are usually only rehomed from 8 weeks of age.
What struck me most about the video was how quiet the room was.
Iím not sure if this is the norm or just for the purpose of your video clip, but silence in the bird world means danger (creatures happily chirping away then a potential predator approaches and everyone goes silent and guarded, ready to flee).
The atmosphere would appear so much more relaxed (& safe) if a radio/TV was playing quietly in the background. As well as that, try to calmly talk as soon as youíre about to get up and move, and keep up a more or less constant chat as you approach Skittles - Can be any old nonsense, your plans for the day, song lyrics, news story, just something to gently announce your presence and make you appear less threatening (I appreciate that you may feel awkward to do that on video though).
Whilst Skittles complied with stepping up and off, he did shuffle away initially. Birds can often appear tame initially out of submission due to fear.
For now, I would just concentrate on chatting to him, spending as much time around the cage and in that room as possible and then progress towards leaving your hand in and beside the cage, encouraging Skittles to come to investigate you.