I would expect any reasonably skilled pilot to actually be handle the job. Transport pilots would have it the easiest, of course.
But the truth is, training (and type-specific training) is largely about extreme issues -- when the aircraft systems malfunction. Flying an "all engines" approach, even in poor weather, isn't that bad. The toughest thing would be figuring out the autopilot controls, but the truth is, if you can disconnect it (and usually that's really simple), you should be able to hand fly the plane safely.
You set up your approach early, get on your airspeed, and fly down the glideslope. You might even get a greaser out of it.