I wouldn't mind if she came to my house to train Murphy and brought a distraction but instead of the training session being focuses on us it was being shared.
Again, that is something I didnt realise from your posts. this is pretty poor and very unproffesional, I agree that if you paid for the one on one lessons, you should have gotten them, the trainer should not be putting you together for a "Busy Schedule", I cant say to my boss, "I have a busy schedule, I can only do 3 days of work this week rather than 5" I would get sacked! I hope you only paid half price for those 2 lessons.
It seems to me you need to find a better trainer, she doesnt seem suited to you.
All dogs and owners are different, my Maya is only 3 months old, but I know for a fact, if she was to take the test now, she would not be able to do;
Allow basic grooming procedures
Sitting and lying down on command and staying in place.
Coming when called.
Reacting appropriately to another dog.
Reacting appropriately to distractions.
Calmly enduring supervised separation from the owner
Ofcourse, im sure she will eventually get to this stage, and I dont know what training the OP's dog had before she hired the trainer, but it sounded like little to non, and I think going from no training to cgc in 6 weeks would be asking a lot.... maybe im wrong, Maya is my first dog so im no expert dog trainer lol