You start by going to a flight school for FAA CPL/ME/IR pilot training. You will notice that many schools advertise certain amounts, and just so you know, all of these prices are for the minimum IDEAL requirements, such as calculating Private Pilot license obtained after only 40 hours, Instrument rating after only 35 hours, multi-engine in 8 hours or less, so a total required of 155 hours for the Part 141 Program. Nice!
…But what is the realistic number for this training? We would like to kindly ask you to read these two articles before you continue reading this: https://thebillfold.com/so-you-want-to-be-a-pilot-what-it-costs-and-how-much-you-ll-make-ae0cfc0fe024#.s187qe6z8
Finished reading? Perfect! Now you know the realistic price for 64 hours PPL, 45 Hours Instrument and 15 to 20 hours Multi Engine.
So, you got your Commercial Multi Engine Instrument Rating License, with 155 Hours or 250 Hours, which can be achieved in a period between 10 to 15 months, what is next?