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Do I need to declare a speeding awareness course to my insurer?

I was caught doing 36mph in a 30mph zone and have to attend a course on speeding. As I have not been prosecuted or had points put on my licence, do I need to inform my vehicle insurer?

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No, you do not - you only need to notify of any prosecutions.
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