Clicking can take time for some bunnies. Keep training - this can take many days or even weeks. Also, do training sessions only for the amount of time they are interested. Some bunnies will do it for 1/2 or more, some will do it only for five minutes.
I think you'll find that if you allow her some free time first to explore she'll be more reponsive. I know you want to be prepared for an emergency, but even during something frightening, a fire, an earthquake, during those times even if you've trained them, a scared animal may not obey.
So right now, my advice is to allow her to have freedom to explore first (unless she 's not potty trained, then you may need an x-pen to slowly allow freedom.)
It's hard for anyone human or animal alike to settle down if they are excited about something they want to do. It would be like a brand new shopping mall, or a fun park, (whatever makes you get happy!) and you are exposed to it, and then told you have lessons to do first. It's hard enough for us humans to concentrate on the assignment at hand if we're excited, it must be near impossible for a bunny.
Also try doing the clicker training around the time you feed her. You can even feed her with regular pellets. This way she's hungry. When training, you have to start small, make sure she associates a word or a click with food. How you do this is first by getting her to associate food with a sound (a clicker or snap) So, you click and RIGHT AWAY, you give her a pellet or small treat. Do this over and over until you see that when she hears that sound she begins looking for food. Once you can get her to come for food, than you can begin using her name and the key word (food or click or snap) . She should begin slowly associating her name with coming to you for food.
There are great sites and books about clicker training rabbits if you want to really get into the depth of it. It's actually rather easy, but it's too complicated to tell exactly how it's done in one simple paragraph.
The basics are getting your bunny to associate food with a sound like clicking, and then you learn how to help him gradually associate that sound with words. In the clicker training class I took, I saw a bunny flop on command. Useless, but they were just showing how a bunny can learn many words, including flop.
Hope that helps. And just know, it most likely won't happen overnight - it can take many times, days and even weeks. Just do daily session each day (after he's explored) If you feel like she's not trusting you yet, then work on that first before doing too much training.