Caeser is absolutely on the ball here.
Even if it were possible to get it all done in around 6 weeks I wouldn't do it. Thats way too quick to do almost 80 hours for a CPL and MEIR, let alone just a CPL
I spoke with a Commercial Pilot last week and he echoed or rather reiterated to me the importance of not rushing training, taking time to reflect between flights and learn from your mistakes etc. His main point was that it's what you learn now, and HOW you learn it and the respect you give that learning experience is what will determine whether you spend your career in the air or on the ground.
Suas just for the record by the time I will have finished my training I will have spent a fair bit less than the offerings of some fancy shmancy schools and will be just as, if not more employable. I won't be as up to my eyes in debt and I'll be able to buy myself a nice house sooner rather than later