What will you do first at SiX?

What will you do first at SiX?

The first day of the new security event SiX at EventCity in Manchester is almost upon us. Make sure you don’t miss everything that is going on and register today.


The SiX event is aimed at UK installers/integrators and is supported by all of the major UK trade associations and certifiers including BSIA, NSI, SSAIB, FIA and FSA. The exhibitors at the event are looking to build relationships with engineers and businesses that specialise in electronic security technology, but there is more to the show than an exhibition:

  • Learn how to grow your installation business and recognise smarter approaches to security with free-to-attend seminars compiled by PSI and Benchmark magazines
  • Get hands-on with the latest integrated security systems in the CTSP Workshop Powered by Tavcom Training
  • Put your questions to a panel of experts in the security industry Question Time on Day One – this could be a fiery session!
  • Visit the Apprentice Zone to speak to experts from training providers: Skills for Security, Hopwood Hall College and Training 2000
  • The PSI Premier Awards Dinner takes place on the evening of the 5th November to recognise and reward the best products and services in the industry

Download the free SiX app available for all smartphone platforms to keep up-to-date with everything that is happening over the two days.

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Regsiter now! 


“We see SiX as a fantastic opportunity to engage with installers to discuss standards and regulations and how we can raise the professionalism of the security industry. We invite all of our members to come to Manchester in November for the inaugural event.”
– Andrew Brown, SSAIB

“We look forward to seeing both members and non-members at the event to discuss security industry challenges and opportunities with them and sharing information on initiatives we see that are working to drive quality and professionalism within our industry. See you in November in Manchester!”
– Mike Reddington – BSIA