Axiell training

EMu – Sharpen your skills: System Essentials

Ben Doty Software Consultant

Most people don’t use the system to its full potential. On this course, you will look at the most common uses of the system, including creating and editing records, navigating, searching, and linking records together, to develop the skills to make you more efficient, more effective, and more confident in the program. New and experienced users alike will emerge with a better understanding of how to do what they need to do.

Trainees will learn how to:

  • Access EMu
  • Use EMu’s extensive Help system to find answers to many of your EMu questions
  • Search for records
  • Display records and navigate from one record to another
  • Add and edit records
  • Link records
  • Group and sort records
  • Copy data in fields, tabs or entire records to add to another record
  • Run reports


We can come to you and run sessions at your location for you and your team, anywhere in the UK, or you can take part in our scheduled classes below.

Aimed at

Anyone responsible for creating or editing data in EMu

Guidance level

  • Introductory – No knowledge of EMu is required.
Course type Course
Price Classes: £550 Classes: £550
In house sessions are £900 per day plus travel expenses
Duration 2 days 2 days
Trainer Ben Doty Ben Doty
Ben has worked for Axiell as a trainer since 2016, delivering online, on-site, and in-office trainings on an ever-increasing number of Axiell products. In addition, he assists with testing, performs data migrations, consults on new products, writes documentation, and helps out anywhere else necessary.

Ben came to Axiell from a heritage background, working and volunteering at many museums and archives, as well as pursuing a degree in Museum Studies, giving him an understanding of how customers are trying to use Axiell products that he uses to improve training.

[The courses] will definitely give you a good over view of how to begin to use EMu but don't leave it too long to use EMu proper as there is a lot to take in.

Katherine Child, Oxford University Museum of Natural History Oxford University Museum of Natural History

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