If there’s nobody in your organisation with the skills to audit your content and functionality is WCAG 2.1 AA compliant, you can pay a third party to do a detailed audit instead.
They’ll tell you what needs fixing and - once you’ve made the fixes - can audit your website again to check it’s accessible. You can also ask them to prioritise and fix some or all of the issues.
You’ll also need to budget for the cost of fixing problems and then retesting things. The time it takes to fix things can vary.
After you have fixed the accessibility problems you should get your site re-audited which normally takes about half the time of the original audit.
There’s guidance on choosing a supplier and writing an audit brief in the UK government Service Manual.