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A Death & Disease Adviser is a supported self-employed role, helping families and small business find insurance, write wills, lasting powers of attorney and funeral plans. They are all specially trained to insure people who don’t have perfect health. All our advisers are regulated by the FCA and need to complete the in-depth Death & Disease adviser training course to become authorised, for which a fee is payable. We train advisers in every aspect of their role – no experience is necessary.

Advisers use their own car and mobile phone. We provide a laptop (with our bespoke software and IT support) and Death & Disease literature but – most importantly of all – ongoing support to help advisers follow the proven Death & Disease system to build a successful, secure and long term business. When you join Death & Disease you’ll become part of a team that is here to help and support you. We look after each other.

FAQs - Being A Death & Disease Advisor

We put a huge amount of time and effort into helping advisers to be authorised, and then supporting them to become a successful Death & Disease adviser for many years. It is much better in the long term to train the right person who currently has no experience, rather than the wrong person with existing knowledge.

Almost everyone needs what we do (for example life cover, a will or home insurance) at some point. If someone remembers you (the Death & Disease brand is very memorable!) and they trust you (we only recruit advisers who we instinctively trust) people ask for your help. The information pack explains the Death & Disease system in more detail.

Advisers set their own hours. 5 – 7 hours a day, Monday – Friday is a useful guide.

Request an information pack using the contact form. We invest a great deal of time supporting our advisers, so if after reading the information pack, you don’t think it is for you – please do say so. Just drop us a quick email to say no thank you.

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